The detection or verification of unidentified biological material against facial photographs with known identities is referred to as facial recognition from DNA. One method for determining the identification of unidentified biological material is to estimate the face from DNA. Then compare it to facial images.
The most recent approach, “EDFPC,” aids in facial recognition. Electronic DNA Facial Point Connectivity (EDFPC) is a biometric technique that manually analyses face images using unique patterns. Ancestry DNA Face Matching, also known as Electronic DNA Facial Point Connectivity, analyses the person’s face and compares similar facial attributes to those of another person.
The process of DNA facial recognition is very easy and simple and only takes three steps:
After this simple procedure, the user can get their result on the same day.
The biggest advantage of the EDFPC method would be that it comprehensively scans all facial characteristics. Such as eyes, jawline, cheekbones, forehead, nose, brow patterns, dimples, lip thickness, ear size, and so on. Face IT DNA experts can obtain results of numerous tests such as ancestry, siblings, and paternity by meticulously scanning all of these qualities.
These techniques work quickly. EDFPC provides results at a rapid speed so it is best for the curious population who can’t for 2-3 days just to know about their ancestry and want the results in one day.