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Visitors to London's Science Museum are being given the opportunity to volunteer to have their faces photographed with a 3D camera as part of a new event running until 10 April.

Me in 3D forms part of the attraction's ongoing Live Science programme, which will allow visitors to participate in real experiments by visiting scientists in the Wellcome Wing.

Photographs will be taken using the latest 3D technology and will form a database of facial images, which will then be used by researchers to study patterns in face shape.

Science Museum contemporary science developer Priya Umachandran said: "Our Live Science programme involves the public directly in cutting-edge research, which has an impact upon all of us."

Details: www.sciencemuseum.org.uk

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Visitors to London's Science Museum are being given the opportunity to volunteer to have their faces photographed with a 3D camera as part of a new event running until 10 April.
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