(Received 2 May 1991; accepted 27 June 1991)
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Electronic imaging equipment originally developed to illustrate aging of missing persons has been utilized in facial reproduction from skeletal remains. The technique produces rapid, economical, and realistic facial images in a manner that eliminates the need for photography and maximizes interaction and communication between the artist and the anthropologist.
Curator, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
Visual information specialist, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, DC
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