Computer Vision Science Research Projects
Dr Libor Spacek
Collection of Facial Images: Faces95
Using a fixed camera, a sequence of 20 images per individual was taken.
During the sequence the subject takes one step forward towards
the camera. This movement is used to introduce significant head (scale)
variations between images of same individual.
There is about 0.5 seconds between successive frames in the sequence.
Number of individuals: 72
Image resolution: 180 by 200 pixels (portrait format)
Contains images of male and female subjects
Variation of individual's images
Backgrounds: the background consists of a red curtain. Background variation
is caused by shadows as subject moves forward.
Head Scale: large head scale variation
Head turn,tilt and slant: minor variation in these attributes
Position of face in image : some translation
Image lighting variation: as subject moves forward, significant lighting
changes occur on faces due to the artificial lighting arrangement
Expression Variation: some expression variation
Additional comment: there is no hairstlye variation as the images were
taken in a single session.
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faces95.zip (6.4 MBytes)
Designed and maintained by Dr Libor Spacek. Updated Friday, 16-Feb-2007 15:52:40 GMT
biography, email: spacl (@essex.ac.uk).
Some of my courses:
Sensor Signal Processing,
Vision for Robotics,