11,000-year-old Perak Man now has a face, thanks to 3D modelling


GEORGE TOWN: Perak Man – the oldest human skeleton discovered in Malaysia in 1991 – now has a face.

A team at Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) used virtual 3D modelling techniques to produce a facial representation of the centuries-old Perak Man.

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