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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
To help visually impaired people recognize people in their daily life, a 3D face feature registration approach is proposed with a RGB-D sensor. Compared to 2D face recognition methods, 3D data based approaches are more robust to the influence of face orientations and illumination changes. Different from most 3D data based methods, we employ a one-step ICP registration approach that is much less time consuming. The error tolerance of the 3D registration approach is analyzed with various errordoi:10.1007/978-3-319-16199-0_53 fatcat:iumtqjxccvaqrjah7avxymywxq