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FGR
1996
IEEE
202views Biometrics» more  FGR 1996»
9 years 4 months ago
Computing 3-D head orientation from a monocular image sequence
An approach for estimating 3D head orientation in a monocular image sequence is proposed. The approach employs recently developed image-based parameterized tracking for face and f...
Thanarat Horprasert, Yaser Yacoob, Larry S. Davis
MVA
2008
196views Computer Vision» more  MVA 2008»
8 years 12 months ago
Evaluation of an appearance-based 3D face tracker using dense 3D data
The ability to detect and track human heads and faces in video sequences can be considered as the finest level of any video surveillance system. In this paper, we introduce a gener...
Fadi Dornaika, Angel Domingo Sappa
VIP
2003
9 years 1 months ago
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 des...
Ben Yip, Jesse S. Jin
CVPR
2004
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
Reconstructing 3D Independent Motions Using Non-Accidentalness
Reconstructing 3D scenes with independently moving objects from uncalibrated monocular image sequences still poses serious challenges. One important problem is to find the relativ...
Kemal Egemen Ozden, Kurt Cornelis, Luc Van Eycken,...
ACCV
2007
Springer
9 years 6 months ago
Fast 3-D Interpretation from Monocular Image Sequences on Large Motion Fields
Abstract. This paper proposes a fast method for dense 3-D interpretation to directly estimate a dense map of relative depth and motion from a monocular sequence of images on large ...
Jong-Sung Kim, Ki-Sang Hong
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