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Estimation of Color Translucency of Powder Coating using Multiple Artificial Skins and its Application to Makeup Simulation with Thickness Patterns
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Estimation of Color Translucency of Powder Coating using Multiple Artificial Skins and its Application to Makeup Simulation with Thickness Patterns
Kim, Myoung-Jun;
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 Abstract
This paper presents a novel makeup simulation method for powder application. We propose a color appearance model for powder coated skin that is simple but yet capable of producing realistic visual results. From the photos of several artificial skins before and after powder application, the translucency and thickness parameters are achieved by fitting the color model to the photos. Thickness patterns of powder application on actual human face skin is also extracted, and used in makeup simulations on photos of different human face to give more visually appealing results. From experiments, we found that the simulation results are quite realistic, and expect that the proposed makeup simulation can be used as a virtual coloring test in the cosmetic labs.
 Keywords
Makeup simulation;Cosmetic color;Color appearance;Powder application;
 Language
Korean
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