MeshGAN: Non-linear 3D Morphable Models of Faces. S Cheng, M Bronstein, Y Zhou, I Kotsia, M Pantic, S Zafeiriou.
Date: April 2019.
Source: Cornell University Library – arXiv.org, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition.
Abstract: Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) are currently the method of choice for generating visual data. Certain GAN architectures and training methods have demonstrated exceptional performance in generating realistic synthetic images (in particular, of human faces). However, for 3D object, GANs still fall short of the success they have had with images. One of the reasons is due to the fact that so far GANs have been applied as 3D convolutional architectures to discrete volumetric representations of 3D objects. In this paper, we propose the first intrinsic GANs architecture operating directly on 3D meshes (named as MeshGAN). Both quantitative and qualitative results are provided to show that MeshGAN can be used to generate high-fidelity 3D face with rich identities and expressions.
Article: MeshGAN: Non-linear 3D Morphable Models of Faces.
Authors: Shiyang Cheng, Michael Bronstein, Yuxiang Zhou, Irene Kotsia, Maja Pantic, Stefanos Zafeiriou, Imperial College London.