YLE’s reputation to be saved – Mannerheim will be white after all

A Kenyan film post-production company developing Mannerheim Filter for YLE in Nairobi

YLE and Aalto University are now working on a Skin Color App that will be available for Digiboxes at 199 euro right before the TV release of “The Marshall of Finland” fiction film later this year. The so called “Mannerheim Filter” can change skin color in moving images in realtime. The new App will be tested during the coming Love and Anarchy Festival in September.

Kenyan software team leader David Sawa Ndwaki says: “It is our great honor to please the color sensitive audience in Finland. This work secures us a sustainable collaboration with YLE”.

(Note from editorial dept.: Sawa means OK in Swahili.)