Strike a Pose: Image-Based Pose Synthesis.
ABSTRACT In this paper, our objective is to facilitate the creation of novel human poses by synthesizing images. Existing approaches commonly deform one single
image, which often results in a distorted image due to texture and illumination artefacts. We present a novel image-based pose synthesis technique that accurately reconstructs texture details by combining information from multiple photographs. Given
a user-speciﬁed 2D target pose, our solution merges different parts of the input photographs in order to conform to the desired pose, solely using 2D operations. We illustrate how novel poses can be generated from only a few example images, requiring
little user intervention.
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ABSTRACT: The aim of this paper is to help the communication of two people, one hearing impaired and one visually impaired by converting speech to fingerspelling and fingerspelling to speech. Fingerspelling is a subset of sign language, and uses finger signs to spell letters of the spoken or written language. We aim to convert finger spelled words to speech and vice versa. Different spoken languages and sign languages such as English, Russian, Turkish and Czech are considered. KeywordsFingerspelling recognition–Speech recognition–Fingerspelling synthesis–Speech synthesisJournal on Multimodal User Interfaces 07/2011; 4(2):61-79. DOI:10.1007/s12193-011-0059-3 · 0.46 Impact Factor