imageToday, we have touched on the 3D aspects of the Shroud of Turin images and we need to explore it more. Joe Marino wrote in the let us know about an article at It isn’t the same thing but it is interesting and undoubtedly it will become part of the discourse in the weeks and months ahead:

It is possible to construct a three-dimensional, 3D, face from flat 2D images, according to research published in the International Journal of Biometrics this month. The discovery could be used for biometrics in security applications or in forensic investigations.

Read the full article: Converting 2-D photo into 3-D face for security applications and forensics