Facial symmetry and averageness are key components in quantifying the perception of beauty. In this study, a prototype Augmented Reality (AR) tool is developed on Android OS, to assist plastic surgeons and patients in objectively assessing facial symmetry when planning reconstructive surgical procedures. Specifically, the tool overlays 4 types of measurements and guidelines over a live video stream to provide the users with useful information interactively. The measurements are computed from the tracked facial landmarks at run-time.
|Published - 28 Jun 2018
|British Council - NSFC Newton Researcher Links Workshop on Health and Well-being through VR and AR - Jianguo Hotel, Xi’an, China
Duration: 28 Jun 2018 → 30 Jun 2018
|British Council - NSFC Newton Researcher Links Workshop on Health and Well-being through VR and AR
|28/06/18 → 30/06/18