Roland Piquepaille at Primidi reports about a new fast human anatomy software from Canadian company HumanCore.
"If you're not familiar with U.S. TV, CSI (Crime Scene Investigation) is a weekly CBS show which gathers about 20 million viewers and which routinely speaks about forensic facial reconstruction. Reconstructing human faces from skulls found by the police is nothing new, and it has already being done with computers.
But this was a long process. Now, a Canadian startup company, HumanCore (site) has developed a new human anatomy software to do the job in about 30 minutes.
This software has already attracted the attention of law enforcement entities forces in the U.S. and in Canada. But it also can be used by mechanical engineers to design new products or even by the clothing industry. "
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