Candide-3 - an updated parameterized face. During the last decade, CANDIDE has been a popular face model in many research labs around the world. One reason has been that it is a very simple model, another that it is publically available. There are, however, drawbacks with the model, mostly due to its simplicity. Also, the emergence of the MPEG-4 standard for face animation has actual- ized the need of an update, making the model compatible with the facial animation and definition parameters (FAPs and FDPs) defined in MPEG-4. This report documents an updated version of CANDIDE, fulfilling the demands set by MPEG-4 and being somewhat less crude. The relation between the CANDIDE entities (vertices, Action Units) and the MPEG-4 parameters are available in tables in the appen- dices.

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  2. Lee, Mun Wai; Ranganath, Surendra: Pose-invariant face recognition using a 3D deformable model. (2003) ioport
  3. Torres, Luis; Vilá, Josep: Automatic face recognition for video indexing applications (2002)