Tensors in computer vision

When it comes to using tensors in computer vision, it is crucial to understand what they are, how they are shaped and used.

Smoothed criminals: identifying real faces from retouched mugshots

One of new challenges for face identification system is a problem of the identification of a face from heavily altered facial images. Such a system can be useful in, for example, mugshot identifications for criminal identification. In a recent study, researchers used frontal views and compared them to “photoshopped” ones generated by face transformation online […]

When I’m sixty-four: face aging

Age progression or age synthesis (face aging) is defined as aesthetically rendering a face image with natural aging and rejuvenating effects for a certain face of an individual.

From emotion to animation

Computer vision field includes facial motion capture and facial animation, which makes these characters as vivid and live as real ones.