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Hollywood Hair Will Be Captured at Last: Details in SIGGRAPH 2008 Paper


August 13, 2008

computer generated hairstyle Imagine avatars of your favorite actors wandering through 3-D virtual worlds with hair that looks almost exactly like it does in real life. This level of realism for animated hairstyles is one step closer to the silver screen, thanks to new research being presented at SIGGRAPH, one of the most competitive computer graphics conferences in the world. Full Story

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