Skulls Gain Virtual Faces

When police find a skull and want to know what its owner looked like, they generally use artists who reconstruct the face by building up layers of clay over the skull. Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Computer Science in Germany have advanced efforts to computerise the process. The method could speed forensic work and could also be used to reconstruct long-extinct animal species

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