Learning Detailed Face Reconstruction from a Single Image

  title={Learning Detailed Face Reconstruction from a Single Image},
  author={Elad Richardson and Matan Sela and Roy Or-El and Ron Kimmel},
  journal={2017 IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR)},
Reconstructing the detailed geometric structure of a face from a given image is a key to many computer vision and graphics applications, such as motion capture and reenactment. The reconstruction task is challenging as human faces vary extensively when considering expressions, poses, textures, and intrinsic geometries. While many approaches tackle this complexity by using additional data to reconstruct the face of a single subject, extracting facial surface from a single image remains a… CONTINUE READING
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