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Topic: Face reconstruction
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Dima Lisin

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Registered: 5/10/12
Re: Face reconstruction
Posted: Nov 15, 2012 3:02 PM
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No problem! I am glad this worked for you. Please check out the
documentation for the Computer Vision System Toolbox. There may be other
functionality there that you can use.

If you are trying to do 3D reconstruction of a face from motion,
vision.PointTracker would be useful. If you are doing stereo, there are
good examples of how to do feature matching and stereo rectification
that come with the toolbox.

Good luck.


On 11/15/12 11:07, Bindu wrote:
> Dear Dima
> Thank You sooooo much for your help
> with regards and best wishes
> Bindu
> Dima Lisin <> wrote in message
> <k80r1k$jtv$>...

>> Hi Bindu,
>> Computer Vision System Toolbox for MATLAB provides an object called
>> vision.CascadeObjectDetector which implements the Viola Jones face
>> detector. See
>> This would eliminate the need to write any mex files.
>> Dima
>> On 11/14/12 13:32, Bindu wrote:

>> > Hello,
>> >
>> > I am working on face reconstruction for which I need to extract facial
>> > features after face detection. for face detection I was trying to use
>> > the Viola Jones facedetect code in C++ with the help of Mex files

>> but in
>> > vain. I was getting errors some of which i could solve but now I am
>> > getting a Linker error. Can anyone help me as to how to run C++ code in
>> > Matlab using MEX please?
>> >
>> > Bindu

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