Jasenko Zivanov

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In this paper we present a novel method of considering self-occlusion when fitting faces under global illumination. The effects of self-occlusion under spherical harmonics (SH) illumination are predicted through the use of a a morphable model of faces. A linear function is precom-puted which maps morphable model coordinates directly to surface irradiance(More)
Obtaining photorealistic scans of human faces is both challenging and expensive. Capturing the high-frequency components of skin surface structure requires the face to be scanned at very high resolutions, outside the range of most structured light 3D scanners. We present a novel and simple enhancement to the acquisition process, requiring only four(More)
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