Graphics And Image Computing Laboratory

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Welcome

The Graphics and Image Computing (GAIC) laboratory features research projects in areas of computer vision, graphics and image processing. Topics include face analysis, modeling and animation, biometrics and medical imaging, etc.

Director

  •   Lijun Yin, Ph.D.

Students  

  • Michael Reale
  • Xing Zhang 
  • Michael Turek
  • Gabriel Yoder
  • Shaun Candavan
  • Peng Liu
  • Kaoning Hu
  • Umur A. Ciftci  
  • Matt Rosato

Sponsors

  • T.J Watson School, SUNY Binghamton
  • National Science Foundation
  • NYSTAR: New York State Office of Science, Technology and Academic Research
  • Air Force Research Laboratory
  • SUNY Upstate Medical Center

Research Projects Overview

Analyzing Facial Expressions in 3D Space

Facial expression recognition in 3D space using our created 3D facial expression database....

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Face processing and animation

A realistic facial expression
system developed for low bit
rate model based coding...

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Automatic and Interactive Methodologies for
3D Scene Generation

Automatic and interactive 3D scene generation systems.....

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Real-time Facial Expression Cloning and Animation

This work is to
generate a real-time facial expression animation based on an individualized wireframe model...

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Skin Color Transfer for Race
Related Face Identification

Transferring human skin color for race-related psychological research.

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3D skeletal simulation and
patient treatment applications

Interactive environment for patient treatment in medical applications using 3D stereo vision glasses.


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