Postmortem Facial Imaging refers to the process of approximating the appearance of an unidentified deceased person to create an image of how they might have appeared when alive. Currently, there are two popular postmortem facial imaging techniques: facial approximation/skull reconstruction and postmortem images.

When supplemented with information provided by DNA phenotyping, facial approximation and the creation of postmortem images becomes an even more powerful identification tool.

Our forensic facial imaging experts blend traditional illustration techniques with the latest available photo-editing and 3-D sculpting software (Geomagic Freeform Plus, Zbrush and Cinema4D). Using information supplied by medical experts and scientists; we are able to approximate a person’s appearance in both two-dimensional and three dimensional formats.

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