This AI company is reconstructing and mapping human faces to create more realistic metaverse avatars

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We may soon be able to bring our real faces with us into the virtual spaces. Instead of existing cartoon-like ones, realistic avatars created by face capture technology will step into the virtual shopping malls, and represent us at job interviews or conferences. Lumirithmic, a london-based startup from the Imperial College London, has developed a low-cost 3D face capture technology using artificial intelligence (AI). “Tomorrow’s metaverse will really also be about serious work… where you really need to project your real self and not your cartoon self. And this is where we believe completely …

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