Super-Resolution from Corneal Images

@inproceedings{Nitschke2012SuperResolutionFC,
  title={Super-Resolution from Corneal Images},
  author={Christian Nitschke and Atsushi Nakazawa},
  booktitle={BMVC},
  year={2012}
}
The cornea of the human eye reflects the light from a person’s environment. Modeling corneal reflections from an image of the eye enables a number of applications, including the computation of scene panorama and 3D model, together with the person’s field of view and point of gaze [4]. The obtained environment map enables general applications in vision and graphics, such as face reconstruction, relighting [3] and recognition [5]. In reality, however, even if we use a carefully-adjusted high… CONTINUE READING

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