A Validated Method for Dense Non-rigid 3D Face Registration

@article{Tena2006AVM,
  title={A Validated Method for Dense Non-rigid 3D Face Registration},
  author={Jose Rafael Tena and Miroslav Hamouz and Adrian Hilton and John Illingworth},
  journal={2006 IEEE International Conference on Video and Signal Based Surveillance},
  year={2006},
  pages={81-81}
}
Deformable surface fitting methods have been widely used to establish dense correspondence across different 3D objects of the same class. Dense correspondence is a critical step in constructing morphable face models for face recognition. In this paper a mainstream method for constructing dense correspondences is evaluated on 912 3D face scans from the Face Recognition Grand Challenge FRGC V1 database. A number of modifications to the standard deformable surface approach are introduced to… CONTINUE READING
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