article A 3-dimensional scanner has been used to show people the faces in a photograph.
A New York newspaper printed the images with the help of a 3D printer.
The paper reported that the 3-d printer is part of the BBC News website.
The image was made from a 3.5 inch 3D scanner and an infrared camera, which is used to make a printable 3D object.
The scanner is called a 3d Printer.
The BBC News programme The History of Science was based on the images.
The newspaper says that it has printed an edition of the programme that will be available on the BBC website later this year.
The programme is a documentary on the history of science and technology.
BBC News says that the programme was produced in partnership with the University of Reading.
BBC World News reported that The History Of Science will also be available online at the end of this year and the BBC will host a livestream on its YouTube channel to mark the occasion.
The images of the faces were produced using an infrared sensor and were printed using a 3M LaserJet 3D Printer, according to the BBC.
The Times reports that the BBC has used the technology to show images of people for years.
BBC Worldwide News reported last year that the company had a 3DS camera that can create a 3 dimensional image.
It has also created an app called 3D News that shows an interactive 3D map of London.