Bosphorus Database. 3D Face Database · Hand Database · 3D Face Database · 3D/2D Database of FACS annotated facial expressions, of head poses and of. The Bosphorus Database is a database of 3D faces which includes a rich set of IEEE CVPR’10 Workshop on Human Communicative Behavior Analysis, San. Bosphorus Database for 3D Face Analysis Arman Savran1, Neşe Alyüz2, Hamdi Dibeklioğlu2, Oya Çeliktutan1, Berk Gökberk3, Bülent Sankur1, Lale Akarun2 1.

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Clement Creusot, PhD

Here are examples of landmarking anxlysis obtained in October on the two databases using our bozphorus system coupled with a RANSAC geometric-registration technique. Second, for the eyeglass occlusion, subjects used different eyeglasses from a pool. Dstabase the scripts and applications provided here have only been tested on Linux Ubuntu and Linux Mint. A comfortable seat with a headrest was used to diminish the subject movements during long acquisition sessions.

By using graph matching techniques to reduce the number of candidates, and translation and unit-quaternion clustering to determine a final correspondence, we evaluate the accuracy at which landmarks can be retrieved under changes in expression, orientation and in the presence of occlusions. On the other hand, understanding of facial expressions has wide implications ranging from psychological analysis to affective man-machine interfaces.

Head poses in the Bosphorus database.

These vectors are normalized with respect to the learned distribution of those descriptors for some given target shape landmark of interest. Face recognition experiments have already been carried out on this database.


A robust identification system can also cope with the subjects who try to eschew being recognized by posing awkwardly and worse still, by resorting to occlusions via dangling hair, eyeglasses, facial hair and other accessories. The content of the database is given in Section 2, and data acquisition is explained in Section 3. Using a multi-instance enrollment representation to improve 3d face recognition.

Our system achieves state-of-the-art performance while being highly generic. A new 3D face database that includes a rich set of expressions, systematic variation of poses and different types of occlusions is presented in this paper. In the second set, facial expressions corresponding to certain emotional expressions were collected. Bosphorus Database for 3D Face Analysis.

A W halogen lamp was used in a dark room to obtain homogeneous lighting. A set of points containing hand-placed landmarks is used 3v input data. The hypergraph structure in our code allows us to store and match relational information of any degree.

Bosphorus Database

Nick Pears and Prof. The aim is to replace heuristically-designed landmark models by something that is learned from training data. For each pixel i,j the z i,j coordinate is interpolated on the triangle intersected by the vector passing by x i,j ,y i,j and colinear to axis z.

Automatic landmark detection techniques can also daabase in all domains where face labelling is needed on big database, from computer vision to psychology. Each scan has been manually labelled for 24 facial landmark points such as nose tip, inner eye corners, etc, provided that they are visible in the given scan.


The pixel shape is forced to square. Therefore, the newly emerging goal in this field is to develop algorithms working with natural and uncontrolled behaviour of subjects.

All the programs provided here are under GPL v3except if specified otherwise in the headers. Finally, each scan daatbase down-sampled and saved in two separate files that store colour photograph and 3D coordinates.

Texture mapping and synthetic lighting is applied for rendering.

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Top row shows basic filtering and self-occlusion problem. Commonly occurring problems during image acquisition and face reconstruction. Occlusions For the occlusion of eyes and mouth, subjects choose a natural pose for analyiss for example, as databsae they were rubbing their eyes or as if they were surprised by putting their hands over their mouth. The database has the following merits: The reconstruction of depth values at these discontinuous regions can sometimes be faulty.

Various algorithms ranging from active appearance models to bunch graphs and statistical matched filter are studied. Holes are formed due to missing data, mostly at the sides of the nose.

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