Lecture-12 - Recognizing Facial Expressions Lecture-12...

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1 Recognizing Facial Expressions Lecture-12 Facial expressions reflect the emotional stage of a person. Recognizing facial expression from video sequences is a challenging problem. • Applications – Perceptual user interface – Video compression (MPEG-4) – Synthesis of facial expressions
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2 Facial Expressions • Joy – The eyebrows are relaxed. The mouth is open, and mouth corners pulled back toward ears. • Sadness – The inner eyebrows are bent upward. The eyes are slightly closed. The mouth is relaxed. • Anger – The inner eyebrows are pulled downward and together. The eyes are wide open. The lips are pressed against each other or opened to expose teeth. Facial Expressions • Fear – The eyebrows are raised and pulled together. The inner eyebrows are bent upward. The eyes are tense and alert. • Disgust – The eyebrows and eyelids are relaxed. The upper lip is raised and curled, often asymmetrically. • Surprise – The eyebrows are raised. The upper eyelids are wide open, the lower relaxed. The jaw is open.
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3 FACIAL EXPRESSIONS RAISE EYE BROWS SMILE FACIAL EXPRESSIONS DISGUST ANGER
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4 Black and Yacoob Algorithm
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