Becket Mufson writes about “The Face Synth, a system for designing a whole new faces from scratch, based on information gathered from the face database. Controlled by 60 sliders, each of which influences one part of the face’s characteristics, Woodly refers to the synthesizer as 60-Dimensional Face Field, a space in which even small adjustments to a few sliders can result in dramatically different facial features. In this way, users can create images of people who have never existed in the past— and may never exist in the future.”

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