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Cloning Your Own Face with a Desktop Camera

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Cloning Your Own Face with a Desktop Camera
: We have developed an easy and cost-effective system that constructs textured 3D animated face models from videos with minimal user interaction. Our system first takes, with an ordinary video camera, images of a face of a person sitting in front of the camera turning the head from one side to the other. After five manual clicks on two images to tell the system where the eye corners, nose top and mouth corners are, the system automatically generates a realistic looking 3D human head model and the constructed model can be animated immediately (different poses, facial expressions and talking). A user, with a PC and a video camera, can use our system to generate his/her face model in a few minutes. The face model can then be imported in his/her favorite game, and the user sees themselves and their friends take part in the game they are playing. We will demonstrate the system on a laptop computer live at the conference, and participants can try it to model their own faces.
Zhengyou Zhang, Zicheng Liu, Dennis Adler, Michael
Added 15 Oct 2009
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where ICCV
Authors Zhengyou Zhang, Zicheng Liu, Dennis Adler, Michael F. Cohen, Erik Hanson, Ying Shan
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