Detection of pose orientation across single and multiple axes in case of 3D face images

09/18/2013 ∙ by Parama Bagchi, et al. ∙ 0

In this paper, we propose a new approach that takes as input a 3D face image across X, Y and Z axes as well as both Y and X axes and gives output as its pose i.e. it tells whether the face is oriented with respect the X, Y or Z axes or is it oriented across multiple axes with angles of rotation up to 42 degree. All the experiments have been performed on the FRAV3D, GAVADB and Bosphorus database which has two figures of each individual across multiple axes. After applying the proposed algorithm to the 3D facial surface from FRAV3D on 848 3D faces, 566 3D faces were correctly recognized for pose thus giving 67 correct identification rate. We had experimented on 420 images from the GAVADB database, and only 336 images were detected for correct pose identification rate i.e. 80 detected for correct pose identification i.e. 80



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