By Donna Lu
Three-dimensional recreations of people’s faces used to require expensive, dedicated scanners, but now you can do it with a smartphone.
Simon Lucey and his colleagues at Carnegie Mellon University in Pennsylvania have developed a program that generates an accurate 3D model of a person’s face and neck.
All the software requires is a 15 to 20-second video clip of a person’s face taken from various angles using a smartphone on a “slow motion” setting, which captures footage at a rate of 120 frames …
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