It is the inescapable 21st-century vexation of the vain. Smartphones allow a person to take selfies as fast as the index finger can click, yet from a dismayingly close distance that may leave the subject dissatisfied.
Don't fret, a team of researchers from Rutgers and Stanford says in a new analysis published Thursday. The culprit is distortion.
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