Meet A 3D Computer-Generated Japanese Schoolgirl
Sara's 'parents' post a new photo which offers a refined look at their digital 'daughter'
Nothing looks immediately out of place in the portrait of a young Japanese schoolgirl on a sidewalk—except that she’s not real. Saya is the ‘daughter’ of Tokyo-based husband and wife Teruyuki and Yuki Ishikawa who go by the name Telyuka. The pair create 3D computer generated art, and have been working on Saya for over a year in their spare time.
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