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sixpenceee: 3D printing is now proving extremely useful in the field of forensic facial reconstruction, a method of identifying skeletal remains. The process consists of recreating the face of a person with only the skull as a reference. An artist gradually builds up the face from the surface of the skull, adding clay like layers of tissue until the skin and facial features are in a sense restored. (Source)
how it's made forensic facial reconstruction. Show students how art is useful in forensic and historical study.