This Neural Network Creates 3D Faces from Blurred Photos

Published: December 9, 2016
Category: News

When actors like Kevin Spacey or Mads Mikkelsen want to star in a video game, the process is incredibly complex. For this, the celebrities are scanned with dozens of cameras and scanned by scanners, that map every square meter of their face. A research group at the Institute for Creative Technologies at the University of Southern California believes to be able to change that. For a realistic 3D image, they only need a high-profile photo that does not even have to show the entire face, Shunsuke Saito, Hao Li and colleagues claim.
WIRED Germany explores this more, click here for the full article.