Jokeriser: image-to-image translation toy project

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Hi, I've recently read CycleGAN paper and wanted to train a toy translator to have fun. Jokeriser takes an image or a video or a webcam frame as an input and finds faces using `facenet-pytorch` before translating those into jokerish faces using the CycleGAN generator that I trained. Despite the small dataset (300 jokers and 300 CelebA faces) the image translator seems to work okay with unseen faces.


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