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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Human face images acquired using conventional 2D cameras may have inherent restrictions that hinder the inference of some specific information in the face. The low-cost depth sensors such as Microsoft Kinect introduced in late 2010 allow extracting directly 3D information, together with RGB color images. This provides new opportunities for computer vision and face analysis research. Although more accurate sensors for detailed facial image analysis are expected to be available soon (e.g. Kinectdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-16181-5_55 fatcat:7tedvf43t5hg3irxz5es5afmcy