Animators have always had problems with creating realistic-looking hair, but now new techniques are making computer-generated hair just as shiny and bouncy as biological locks. It's hard to explain why watching technically reproduced hairdos is so engaging, but it is. See the clip by clicking on the pic at left. [New Scientist]
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Haven't they been using simulated hair in Pantene ads for years now? I refuse to believe that anyone's hair (even if it's fake) can be immaculately uniform and shine like that.