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3D Reconstruction of a Human Face with Monocular Camera Based on Head Movement

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3D Reconstruction of a Human Face with Monocular Camera Based on Head Movement
Constructing three-dimensional model from two-dimensional images is an old problem in the area of computer vision. There are many publications and our approach is specifically designed for constructing the depth map of a human face, based on the head movement in a monocular setting. In our example, along with the front view image of the user, three additional images with various head movement are also captured. The objective of our algorithm is to construct the depth map of the front view image. The head pose of the images facing left, up and right are calculated with reference to the front image. The depth map is calculated through a triangular mesh. The nodes on the mesh are the feature points that we calculate the depth with. Through image registration process, the feature points on the front view image are mapped to the other three images. Based on the head pose and the newly mapped coordinate, we could calculate the depth of the feature point. The depth results calculated from ea...
Ben Yip, Jesse S. Jin
Added 01 Nov 2010
Updated 01 Nov 2010
Type Conference
Year 2003
Where VIP
Authors Ben Yip, Jesse S. Jin
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