Molding Face Shapes by Example

@inproceedings{KemelmacherShlizerman2006MoldingFS,
  title={Molding Face Shapes by Example},
  author={Ira Kemelmacher-Shlizerman and Ronen Basri},
  booktitle={ECCV},
  year={2006}
}
Human faces are remarkably similar in global properties, including size, aspect ratios, and locations of main features, but can vary considerably in details across individuals, gender, race, or due to facial expression. We propose a novel method for 3D shape recovery of a face from a single image using a single 3D reference model of a different person’s face. The method uses the input image as a guide to mold the reference model to reach a desired reconstruction. Assuming Lambertian reflectance… CONTINUE READING
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