Face Modeling using Segmentation Technique
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Modeling, Contextual segmentation, Facial parameters.
This work focuses on 3D facial modeling using three images of a face. Each image is taken at 90o. Each image is segmented to identify skin, to locate eye centres, nose profile, mouth profiles. All the three images are combined to form a 3D facial model. The segmented portions of the images are placed on a standard computer plastic model. Subsequently, the various features of the plastic model are animated corresponding to the various positions of the features in the subsequent images.
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