Ultra-realistic 3-D Mask Developed

by Sheela Philomena on  October 15, 2011 at 3:27 PM Lifestyle News
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Ultra-realistic facial replicas have been created by a Japanese company. The 3-D mask will give you a chance to 'see yourself' as never before.

However, you will have to shell out 3,920 dollars to just get one facemask done.
 Ultra-realistic 3-D Mask Developed
Ultra-realistic 3-D Mask Developed

Start-up Real-f takes digital stills of your face, then moulds them over a 3D model to create a hard vinyl chloride 'face', reports the Daily Mail.

The resulting model is called a 3DPF - 3 Dimensional Photo Form. If a face isn't quite enough, then you can opt for a full head and shoulders.

The company describes its process as a 'human photocopier'.

It claims that you can discern individual blood vessels and irises in the models.

Source: ANI

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