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Body Trunk Shape Estimation from Silhouettes by Using Homologous Human Body Model
Shunta SAITO 1, Makiko KOUCHI 2, Masaaki MOCHIMARU 2, Yoshimitsu AOKI 1
1 Keio University, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan;
2 National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan
This paper attempts to estimate a 3D shape of human torso from 2 pictures which are front and side silhouette of a subject. Our method assumes that input pictures have accurate contours of a subject's body. And regions of torsos are extracted manually from input pictures. We use a deformable body model for estimation. This model is generated by principal component analysis to a homologous model database which is made of whole body scanned data. A result shape is computed by optimizing some deformation parameters of the model with comparing model's silhouettes and input silhouettes.
3D shape estimation, silhouette, homologous model, PCA
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