Performs a crop of the periocular region of the face
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|left-eye-x||Final position of the left eye (x-coord)||uint32||44|
|left-eye-y||Final position of the left eye (y-coord)||uint32||12|
|color||Final color channel||string||gray||gray, red, green, blue|
|crop-height||Final image height||uint32||25|
|crop-width||Final image width||uint32||58|
|right-eye-x||Final position of the right eye (x-coord)||uint32||11|
|right-eye-y||Final position of the right eye (y-coord)||uint32||12|
The code for this algorithm in Python
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This algorithm performs a RGB to grayscale conversion of an image followed by a periocular cropping of the face, given the eye center coordinates.
This implementation relies on the Bob library.
The inputs are:
The output cropped_image is a grayscale cropped image as a two-dimensional array of floats (64 bits).