In the USA, a computer modeling technique has been developed, which makes it possible to show a person's face after 80 years on the basis of a child's photograph.
The authors of this unusual computer program are researchers at the University of Washington. It is enough to "show" a photograph of a child to the computer, and he will immediately simulate the process of his aging. This takes into account facial expressions, lighting and position in the frame. The resulting simulated images were incredibly similar to the originals.
Aging female faces
According to experts, this technology will be in demand, for example, when modeling photographs of missing children or creating unique special effects in cinema. It is possible that the owners of photo studios will eventually adopt it.