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Head pose estimation is recently a more popular area of research. Challenging conditions, such as extreme pose, lighting, and occlusion, has historically hampered traditional, model-based methods. This paper presents a proposal of an integrated method for head pose estimation based on face detection and tracking. This method first locates certain facial features and based on their relative locations determine the head pose, the head pose estimated using coordinates of both eyes and a mouthdoi:10.14257/ijmue.2015.10.3.28 fatcat:gsszgnw6srdvtlggrohs72yzte