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Assembling a Pipeline for 3D Face Interpolation

by   Yusuke Niiro, et al.
University of California, Merced

This paper describes a pipeline built with open source tools for interpolating 3D facial expressions taken from images. The presented approach allows anyone to create 3D face animations from 2 input photos: one from the start face expression, and the other from the final face expression. Given the input photos, corresponding 3D face models are constructed and texture-mapped using the photos as textures aligned with facial features. Animations are then generated by morphing the models by interpolation of the geometries and textures of the models. This work was performed as a MS project at the University of California, Merced.


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