A Morphable Model for the Synthesis of 3D Faces

  title={A Morphable Model for the Synthesis of 3D Faces},
  author={Volker Blanz and Thomas Vetter},
In this paper, a new technique for modeling textured 3D faces is introduced. 3D faces can either be generated automatically from one or more photographs, or modeled directly through an intuitive user interface. Users are assisted in two key problems of computer aided face modeling. First, new face images or new 3D face models can be registered automatically by computing dense one-to-one correspondence to an internal face model. Second, the approach regulates the naturalness of modeled faces… CONTINUE READING
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