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A few weeks ago, a selfie was snapped by a guy in New Zealand.

His Instagram account went viral.

It featured a pandas head, a smiley face and the caption: “This is how I feel every day.”

A few weeks later, it was shared nearly 1 million times.

It had a funny caption and an interesting face.

It was pretty much just a cute face.

Now, a group of researchers are trying to recreate that face in real life.

A team at the University of Exeter has developed a “face” simulator that simulates the face of a human.

The team is developing a system that could make pandas facial expressions look even stranger than they already do.

The researchers have created a face simulator that allows them to “create and manipulate face expressions” in the context of a face-based social simulation, they write in a paper published today in PLOS Computational Biology.

The face simulator is based on a technique developed by the University’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab in the UK, which allows the team to simulate an image of a computer face, then convert it to a digital representation.

This can be done with a simple program.

The team created the face simulator using a “sparse image search” technique.

The algorithm looks at a large, random set of pixels and looks for similarities between the two pixels.

When it finds something that resembles the computer face it’s looking for, it can use this information to create a new image.

It’s a powerful tool.

It can identify, for example, if a person’s face looks the same as someone else’s or the face is in fact similar to a person who has died.

This allows the researchers to create face-like images that look just like the real person they’re trying to mimic.

A more powerful technique, however, is called face matching.

Face matching allows the algorithm to identify faces that are close to the face it wants to simulate.

This is useful when the face you’re looking at is too similar to another face.

The researchers use this technique to recreate human faces in a computer simulation.

“This technique allows us to create and manipulate the facial expression of the simulated computer model of the real face,” they write.

The research is still a work-in-progress.

The system only has a few features, such as a nose, mouth, eyebrows and eye.

It doesn’t have any skin, hair, or facial expressions, and the face doesn’t change when the simulator is changed.

“There are still many limitations to the simulator that must be addressed,” the researchers write.

“For example, the facial expressions of the person depicted in the face simulation may be influenced by the visual appearance of the model.”

The researchers hope to make the face-face simulator even more realistic in the future.

They’re also working on a “realistic” face-to-face simulation that could look at more than one person’s facial expressions.