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Topic: how to calculate the sharpness of the nose ?
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sitek

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how to calculate the sharpness of the nose ?
Posted: Oct 8, 2012 10:03 AM
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hello all !!

i'm a new member here .. i would like to ask if anyone have an experienced on how to calculate the sharpness of the nose ...

actually, last Friday i had a viva-voce for my master degree, and my examiners, asked me how am i calculated the sharpness of the 3D human face ... and i answered "i observed it from my own eyes" and they did not accept it. Then they asked me to provide the specific calculation to determine the sharpness of the nose. could anyone share your opinion for me?

Thank you very much !!!



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