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Pose Estimation Based on Two Images from Different Views

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4 Author(s)
Yuxing Maoand ; Centre for Pattern Recognition & Machine Intelligence, Concordia Univ., Montreal, Que. ; Suen, C.Y. ; Caixin Sun ; Chunhua Feng

In this paper, we propose a new approach for face pose estimation based on two images from different views under certain conditions. Using a weak-perspective imaging model, six pose parameters were deduced, with four pairs of feature points properly chosen across the two face images. Through the scan-iteration algorithm, a robust performance was achieved, without solving non-linear equations. Comparing to some other methods which estimate rotation matrix based on fundamental matrix (F), our method focuses on the "absolute pose" with respect to front view rather than the "relative pose" between the two face images. "Absolute pose" is indispensable in most situations especially for 3D face modeling. Since our method does not depend on any 3D face models and frontal-view images, it can be applied not only to face recognition and 3D face modeling, but also to other relevant applications. Experimental results demonstrate the efficiency of our method

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Applications of Computer Vision, 2007. WACV '07. IEEE Workshop on

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Feb. 2007

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