Scientists in Tübingen develop 3D head model that can be used to design better-fitting protective gear

The FLAME model makes it possible to create realistic 3D head shapes capable of accurately mimicking human facial expressions. It could help designers come up with more comfortable protective masks for faces of different shapes and sizes.

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