Corpus ID: 54948759

Eye Corners Detection using HAAR Cascade Classifiers in Controlled Environment

  title={Eye Corners Detection using HAAR Cascade Classifiers in Controlled Environment},
  author={S. Asi and N. H. Ismail and R. Ahmad and E. I. Ramlan and Z. Rahman},
  journal={Journal of Engineering and Technology},
Facial landmarks detection is undoubtedly important in many applications in computer vision for example face detection and recognition. This article demonstrated the use of Haar Cascade Classifiers to automatically locate the eye corners. We acquired our 3D face image data by Vectra 3D camera in a controlled environment. We use two data set of 300 eye images to train en and ex cascade classifiers regardless of the left and the right eye. These classifiers were then used to detect and locate the… Expand


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