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Photorealistic Models for Pupil Light Reflex and Iridal Pattern Deformation

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Presented at SIGGRAPH 2010.

Presented at SIGGRAPH 2010.

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  • One can argue that the eyes are the most important feature in facial animation. They can be used to guide the audience’s attention, as well as to convey emotions.
  • The eyes are arguably the most important feature in facial animation.They can be used to direct the audience’s attention …
  • … as well as to convey emotion.The iris-pupil sub-system is subject to some involuntary movements.