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The front and sides of a normal human head in a continuous image

Jul 28, 2011 By Abraham

Such an ordinary object, yet so disturbingly presented…

(via Bits & Pieces)


  1. Jorum says:

    This is exactly how character faces are stored for computer games. The game then wraps the image around the 3D head.
    Perhaps that’s why I don’t find it too odd to look at.

    1. Corban says:

      I was thinking the same thing.

      I first remember seeing these for Quake 2 skins in jr. high school, and the tech probably existed well before that.

    1. Pspaughtamus says:

      Don’t you hate when you have an incredible thought, then read the comments and find others had the same thought over 18 months earlier?

      So, clearly, this is a wordy way of saying, “Me, too.”

  2. Hobo says:

    LOL any one who does humanoid characters in 3d modeling should be quite used to this kind of image. XD Tpages ftw!

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