Digital forensic facial reconstruction

Digital forensic facial reconstruction

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Caption: Digital forensic facial reconstruction. Anthropologist using software and haptic feedback tools to build a digital 3D reconstruction of the face of a person from their skull. This technique was previously carried out using clay to create a physical model. However, nowadays software like this is used to apply digital 'clay'. Photographed at the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification (CAHID), Dundee University, Scotland.

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