Silhouette-Based 3D Face Shape Recovery
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CitationLee, Jinho, Baback Moghaddam, Hanspeter Pfister, and Raghu Machiraju. 2003. Silhouette-based 3D face shape recovery. In Proceedings: Graphics Interface 2003: June 11-13, 2003, Halifax, Nova Scotia, ed. T. Möller, and C. Ware, 21-30. Natick, M.A.: A K Peters.
AbstractThe creation of realistic 3D face models is still a fundamental problem in computer graphics. In this paper we present a novel method to obtain the 3D shape of an arbitrary human face using a sequence of silhouette images as input. Our face model is a linear combination of eigenheads, which are obtained by a Principal Component Analysis (PCA) of laser-scanned 3D human faces. The coefficients of this linear decomposition are used as our model parameters. We introduce a near-automatic method for reconstructing a 3D face model whose silhouette images match closest to the set of input silhouettes.
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