This Wired article includes a video of the process of reconstructing a 3D face (a ‘high resolution 3D mesh’) from a single image. Depending on how the base ‘average’ face was set up, the applications for history or archaeology could be interesting. Hang on or skip to the end for the reconstructed Mona Lisa.

A Morphable Model of 3D Faces

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