Corpus ID: 11616717

Marker-less Facial Motion Capture based on the Parts Recognition

@article{Akagi2013MarkerlessFM,
  title={Marker-less Facial Motion Capture based on the Parts Recognition},
  author={Y. Akagi and R. Furukawa and R. Sagawa and K. Ogawara and H. Kawasaki},
  journal={J. WSCG},
  year={2013},
  volume={21},
  pages={137-144}
}
  • Y. Akagi, R. Furukawa, +2 authors H. Kawasaki
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science
  • J. WSCG
  • A motion capture method is used to capture facial motion to create 3D animations and for recognizing facial expressions. [...] Key Method To overcome this problem, we propose a marker-less motion capture method for facial motions. Since the thickness of a skin varies in each facial part, the features of the motion of the each parts also vary. These features make the non-rigid tracking problem more difficult. To prevent the problem, we recognize five types of facial parts (nose, mouth, eye, cheek and obstacle…Expand Abstract
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    Body Parts Estimation for Motion Capture System Using Multiple Depth Sensors

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