ILookLikeYou.com, a new social network that launched this week, aims to match users by appearance.
The free service encourages members to upload a front-facing photo that is then matched against other photos within the global community. A column of top 10 look-alikes is displayed along with the user’s match percentage.
Members can choose which look-alikes they like best, then display the images on their profile page for others to see. Members can also blog about their lookalikes, participate in forums, contact friends and interact with other members.Network founders Wayne Adam and Kirk Johnson of Ontario, Canada, say their service can also help identify identical twins separated at birth as well as missing people.