A photo of a 3D model illustrating what the original human could have looked like has gone viral. Many people believe that it remarkably resembles Hollywood star, Vin Diesel.
A 3D animated character with the same facial features as the Fast and Furious star can be seen in the image. The description for the picture said, “Scientists at Princeton University have rebuilt this 3D model of how Adam, the first human being created by God, would have appeared.
The Alamo Drafthouse movie theatre chain posted the image.
This 3D reconstruction of Adam, the first human created by God, was built by researchers at Princeton University.
The article quickly led to a full-fledged meme festival. Before anybody could get the joke, the movie theatre chain tweeted, “Just a reminder that we’re a movie theatre, not an academic journal,” in response to the message.
Meanwhile, according to a user’s joke, experts at Universal Technical Institute have created this 3D reconstruction of what Adam’s 1970 Dodge Charger R/T would have looked like.
The user referenced Dominic Toretto’s automobile from the Fast and Furious movie starring Vin Diesel.
Another provided a complete 3D-created model of “the first human person,” which had been “artist-rendered.”
A user said, “When I start and finish my project one hour before it’s due.
When someone said, “Adam looked like Vin Diesel,” others became somewhat perplexed.
Vin Diesel is officially the first person, according to a statement.
Another person wrote, “the first person that God created”? This statement is not in the least bit scientific.”
While uploading a picture of American actress Michelle Rodriguez, who played Letty Ortiz in the Fast and Furious series, one person commented on “what Eve looked like.”
Do you believe that the 3D model does resemble Vin Diesel?