Thursday, June 25, 2020

'Avatar Bending' Lens Now Available on Snapchat

Ever wished that you could bend the elements like an Avatar master? Well, the bad news is you'll need to keep hoping for that dream to come true. However, you can now do some bending virtually!


Ever since Netflix re-added Avatar: The Last Airbender to its programming library in May, the buzz surrounding Nickelodeon’s beloved animated series has intensified, so there is no surprise that there is a Snapchat lens for it as well!

Snapchat filters and lenses range from dog faces to FaceTiming the former President Barack Obama, and everything in-between. The first geofilters were introduced on the app in August 2014, and were shortly followed by the face filters in January of 2015. In 2018, Snapchat upped the ante again when the service added a feature that allows users to create their own. Whereas lenses were once on a limited rotation for users, they can now press the explore magnifying glass and search through thousands of lenses at anytime.


The lens is called "Avatar Bending" and cycles through the types of bending from the series, but with a twist. Alongside water, fire, earth, air, and blood, is now the option of back bending. Users simply need to put their face on screen and open their mouth to find out what kind of bender they are.

"Avatar Bending" is live on Snapchat now!

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Original source: ScreenRant; Additional source: Reddit u/Jinnie_the_Wew, Writing Explained.
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