On 9/14/05, [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Greetings :)
> I would like to be able to take a group of "head
> shots" (photo of just the face of a person) from
> different people....and then "stack" or "blend" them
> so that one "average face" results.
> To be clear...there may be hundreds of individual face
> shots that we want to "stack" or "blend" (not sure
> what the right term is)...and the end result would be
> one face....that would then be the "average" of all
> the faces in the "stack".
> This is different than standard "morphing" in which
> the final outcome is simply the last image in the
> stack. Again, we want the "average face" effect....a
> true "blend" of all of the individual stacked images
> as our outcome.
> How can we achieve this?
You still would probably want to use morphing software. The
difference is that instead of interpolating between the meshes of two
images, you have to find the average between all the meshes, and then
morph to that point. GtkMorph can do a lot of that, but it would
probably take some modification to get it to do all of that.
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