Huge foreheads, flat faces and saucer-like eyes: How the human face might look in 100,000 years

PUBLISHED: 21:51 EST, 7 June 2013

Artist Nickolay Lamm has created a stunning series of images displaying the evolution of the human race over the next 100,000 years

Just as the human face has evolved considerably since stone age times so it is expected to keep changing in the future.

Today the human brain is three times the size of our primate ancestors. As our brains grew so did our heads get bigger, our skulls expanded and our features became flatter.

Now with the advent of wearable technology, such as Google Glass, how will our heads and faces evolve in 20,000 years, 60,000 years and even 100,000 years from now?

100,000 years: The human face will have evolved to be proportioned to the 'golden ratio,' with unnervingly large eyes featuring a sideways blink. Under the skin will be miniature bone-conduction devices implanted above the ear and communications lenses on the eyes

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