Facing up to security in 3D

Tuesday, 28 August 2007, 2:09 AM EST

The team from the Griffith Institute for Integrated and Intelligent Systems computer vision and image processing lab has published work on a system that takes a front-and-side view of a face shot and fills in the gaps to render what the person would look like from any angle.

Lab head Yongsheng Gao said the team was using a new face coding and matching method called Line Edge Map and a directional points technique that would not be sensitive to changes in lighting.

At Australian IT.

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