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Reanimating the dead

Kolja Kähler, Jörg Haber, Hans-Peter Seidel
2003 ACM SIGGRAPH 2003 Papers on - SIGGRAPH '03  
The approach has many advantages over the traditional process: a reconstruction can be completed in about an hour from acquired skull data; also, variations such as a slender or a more obese build of the  ...  The former look of a face can be approximated by predicting and modeling the layers of tissue on the skull.  ...  The authors would like to thank Dr. D. Buhmann from the Institute of Forensic Medicine, Saarland University, for his valuable comments and for providing the CT data sets.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1201775.882307 fatcat:xtmsxyatcvhbhcd3gv3qkrlel4

Reanimating the dead

Kolja Kähler, Jörg Haber, Hans-Peter Seidel
2003 ACM Transactions on Graphics  
The approach has many advantages over the traditional process: a reconstruction can be completed in about an hour from acquired skull data; also, variations such as a slender or a more obese build of the  ...  The former look of a face can be approximated by predicting and modeling the layers of tissue on the skull.  ...  The authors would like to thank Dr. D. Buhmann from the Institute of Forensic Medicine, Saarland University, for his valuable comments and for providing the CT data sets.  ... 
doi:10.1145/882262.882307 fatcat:ku7jg3occvb3ldnsxo5yn5g34u

Getting the dead to tell me what happened: Justice, Prosopopoeia, and Forensic Afterlives

Thomas Keenan
2018 Kronos  
We wrote: To the untrained eye, bones look similar -skulls are devoid of the expression and the gestures of a human face.  ...  Time accelerates, the passage through life goes too quickly, disappears in an instant, and the face is replaced by a skull.  ... 
doi:10.17159/2309-9585/2018/v44a7 fatcat:c6ocvpp3dbaqzl44yx446yxox4

Evaluation of the role of gracilis free flap in reconstruction of orofacial defects

Mohammed Morsi, Mohamed Fata, Mohamed Warda, Ahmed Serag Eldin, Luca Calabrese
2021 Egyptian Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery  
The purpose of this study is to discuss the aesthetic and functional potential of the free gracilis muscle flap in difficult head and neck reconstruction.  ...  Patients and Methods: We report our experience with the free gracilis muscle flap in eleven patients who underwent reconstruction in the head and neck region for a variety of indications.  ...  The search for the neurocranial pathways to the fifth nerve nucleus in the reanimation of the paralyzed face. Plastic and reconstructive surgery. 1999; 103 (6): 1725 -8. 45.  ... 
doi:10.21608/omx.2019.17876.1040 fatcat:yboi3aotrvh4vfypufjb46tw7y

Ancient death masks and the prehistory of Hungarians. Lessons of a museum exhibition

István Fodor
2014 Hungarian Studies  
(Mask was placed also onto the face of the manikins representing the cremated dead.)  ...  Sometimes they covered not only the face, but also the neck and the breast of the dead.  ... 
doi:10.1556/hstud.28.2014.1.9 fatcat:7libko52x5crja7zv7fimlluum

Research Problems for Creating Digital Actors [article]

Hyeong-Seok Ko, Kwang-Jin Choi, Min Gyu Choi, Seyoon Tak, Byoungwon Choe, Oh-Young Song
2003 Eurographics State of the Art Reports  
This article summarizes the results of our research on those topics, reviews other approaches that have been taken in digital actor research, and outlines the challenges that must be overcome in this area  ...  In particular, our research has been focused on components such as facial animation, hair animation, clothing animation, and body animation, which are crucial to the successful realization of digital actors  ...  This work was also partially supported by Automation and Systems Research Institute at Seoul National University, the Brain Korea 21 Project, and the Overhead Research Fund of Seoul National University  ... 
doi:10.2312/egst.20031088 fatcat:ldk5qnmbv5crbge5te55pec3uq

Reading the Body-Object: Nineteenth-Century Taxidermy Manuals and Our Mutual Friend

Verity Darke
2017 19 : Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century  
(pp. 20-21) The wiping of Gaffer's hair from his face by the Inspector's own handkerchief, the laying of the body on its back, and the separation of the feathers (evoked in the careful lifting and laying  ...  The death and reconstruction of the 'bird of prey' The threat of fragmentation and death in Our Mutual Friend is maintained through the text's taxidermy imagery, the distorted form of Silas Wegg, the dead  ...  , rather than data or facts.  ... 
doi:10.16995/ntn.779 fatcat:hdtqwn6w2jfz7nrscn4j4xprri

The Rhinoceros and the Chatham Railway: Taxidermy and the Production of Animal Presence in the 'Great Indoors'

KAREN JONES
2016 History: The Journal of the Historical Association  
) to illuminate the sinuous contours of imperial natural history and the stories of pursuit, production and performance lurking beneath the skin of the reanimated animal.  ...  As such, the reanimated animals of empire, posed on the walls of the country estate or arrested in museum cases, represent valuable historical artefacts ripe for unstitching.  ...  ' 13 Reconstruction at the Site of Embalming: The Taxidermy Studio and the Reanimation of the Animal Body From capture and dismemberment, the animal was transported to the taxidermist's studio -a necrogeography  ... 
doi:10.1111/1468-229x.12325 fatcat:5g2wzskirnhpnns6dqsuvil7ta

Autologous Fascia Sling Technique for Dural Reconstruction Following Transtemporal Petrosectomy Approaches

Amanda Podolski, Robert Jyung, James Liu
2012 Journal of Neurological Surgery. Part B: Skull Base: an interdisciplinary approach  
Conclusion: The transpalpebral "Eyelid" approach is an excellent option to approach lesions of the anterior skull base.  ...  The minimally invasive access through an eyelid incision involves dissection in normal tissue planes, preserves frontalis muscle fi bers, avoids injury to the fronto-temporal facial nerve branches, and  ...  of skull base reconstruction in the face of an intraoperative cerebrospinal fl uid (CSF) leak.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0032-1312342 fatcat:yveo7s2jl5eevb76nrt2budknm

Combined Supra-Infratentorial Microsurgical Approach for Petroclival and Tentorial-Incisural Extra-Axial Lesions

Hamad Farhat, Michael Schinners, Jin Zhao, Richard Wiet, Ivan Ciric
2012 Journal of Neurological Surgery. Part B: Skull Base: an interdisciplinary approach  
Conclusion: The transpalpebral "Eyelid" approach is an excellent option to approach lesions of the anterior skull base.  ...  The minimally invasive access through an eyelid incision involves dissection in normal tissue planes, preserves frontalis muscle fi bers, avoids injury to the fronto-temporal facial nerve branches, and  ...  of skull base reconstruction in the face of an intraoperative cerebrospinal fl uid (CSF) leak.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0032-1312292 fatcat:ooozo3xl2vhmpdqpu5kbaogzwe

Removal of Hairy Polyp of the Eustachian Tube Using a Novel Skull Base Approach: Extended Transmastoid Excision

Anita Konka, Matthew Hanson
2012 Journal of Neurological Surgery. Part B: Skull Base: an interdisciplinary approach  
Conclusion: The transpalpebral "Eyelid" approach is an excellent option to approach lesions of the anterior skull base.  ...  The minimally invasive access through an eyelid incision involves dissection in normal tissue planes, preserves frontalis muscle fi bers, avoids injury to the fronto-temporal facial nerve branches, and  ...  of skull base reconstruction in the face of an intraoperative cerebrospinal fl uid (CSF) leak.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0032-1312346 fatcat:sj3qxlhclfdztiwwuiaf6zv7am

Surgical Management of Jugular Foramen Meningioma

Junting Zhang, Jie Tang, Zhen Wu, Liwei Zhang, Guijun Jia, Xinru Xiao, Sumin Geng, Dabiao Zhou
2012 Journal of Neurological Surgery. Part B: Skull Base: an interdisciplinary approach  
Conclusion: The transpalpebral "Eyelid" approach is an excellent option to approach lesions of the anterior skull base.  ...  The minimally invasive access through an eyelid incision involves dissection in normal tissue planes, preserves frontalis muscle fi bers, avoids injury to the fronto-temporal facial nerve branches, and  ...  of skull base reconstruction in the face of an intraoperative cerebrospinal fl uid (CSF) leak.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0032-1312066 fatcat:lfenov5ylngkhbjworfkyal66q

Outcomes Following Lateral Temporal Bone Resection for Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Aaron Tward, Alicia Quesnel, Michael Moore, Daniel Deschler, Michael McKenna, Derrick Lin
2012 Journal of Neurological Surgery. Part B: Skull Base: an interdisciplinary approach  
Conclusion: The transpalpebral "Eyelid" approach is an excellent option to approach lesions of the anterior skull base.  ...  The minimally invasive access through an eyelid incision involves dissection in normal tissue planes, preserves frontalis muscle fi bers, avoids injury to the fronto-temporal facial nerve branches, and  ...  of skull base reconstruction in the face of an intraoperative cerebrospinal fl uid (CSF) leak.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0032-1312348 fatcat:qkh7hynh6naajghqzonewsqg2i

Complications Associated with a Transpterygoid Approach to Meningoencephalocele Repair

Nadieska Caballero, Kevin Welch, Lauren Lininger
2012 Journal of Neurological Surgery. Part B: Skull Base: an interdisciplinary approach  
Conclusion: The transpalpebral "Eyelid" approach is an excellent option to approach lesions of the anterior skull base.  ...  The minimally invasive access through an eyelid incision involves dissection in normal tissue planes, preserves frontalis muscle fi bers, avoids injury to the fronto-temporal facial nerve branches, and  ...  of skull base reconstruction in the face of an intraoperative cerebrospinal fl uid (CSF) leak.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0032-1312169 fatcat:6pvznn6wgvhzrgomq7nihdxhaa

The Learning Curve for Surgical Resection of Vestibular Schwannoma

Tamir Ailon, Ryojo Akagami
2012 Journal of Neurological Surgery. Part B: Skull Base: an interdisciplinary approach  
Conclusion: The transpalpebral "Eyelid" approach is an excellent option to approach lesions of the anterior skull base.  ...  The minimally invasive access through an eyelid incision involves dissection in normal tissue planes, preserves frontalis muscle fi bers, avoids injury to the fronto-temporal facial nerve branches, and  ...  of skull base reconstruction in the face of an intraoperative cerebrospinal fl uid (CSF) leak.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0032-1312151 fatcat:qfsmiu5eejdhfbq4e2kwdcttju
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