3D Face Acquisition, Modelling and Recognition
Cook, Jamie A., Baker, Jason, Chandran, Vinod, & Sridharan, Sridha (2004) 3D Face Acquisition, Modelling and Recognition. In Workshop on Internet, Transmission and Signal Processing, Dec, 2004, Adelaide.
This paper presents a novel integrated 3D face verification system. The system comprises of a Structured Light Scanner acquisition stage, with 3D surface fitting and filtering. A-priori information of the human face is utilised to select and extract a region of interest from the face surface, whilst the Iterative Closest Point (ICP) algorithm is employed to establish correspondence between test and target and to compensate for the non-rigid nature of the surfaces. The verification process uses a Euclidean distance classifier across combinations of features extracted from the surfaces and results from a database of 21 subjects are presented.
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