3D landmarking for 3D facial scans

head landmarks Rasmus R. Paulsen, Kristine Aavild Juhl, Thilde Marie Haspang, Thomas Hansen, Melanie Ganz, Gudmundur Einarsson. Multi-View Consensus CNN for 3D Facial Landmark Detection, Computer Vision - ACCV 2018.
[arxiv paper] [PDF] [Springer paper] [cite] [Pytorch code]

Markov Random Field Surface Reconstruction

Facescan Free software tool to reconstruct regularised surfaces from point clouds. In particular it is well suited for human faces. It can fill holes and creates nice triangulations. Furthemore, it can also align surfaces. It can be found here.

Surface Manipulation and Transformation Toolkit (Sumatra)

Skull A general purpose surface viewer and manipulation tool. It can read and write several different file formats. Great for explorative data analysis. It can be found here.

Augmented Reality Sand Box

ARSandbox Magic Sand is a software for operating an augmented reality sandbox like the Augmented Reality Sandbox. developped by UC Davis. It is a partial port of the SARndbox project of Oliver Kreylos. It was ported to openframeworks by Thomas Wolfe and later modified and extended with some games by Rasmus R. Paulsen.

The complete source and build instructions can be found at https://github.com/thomwolf/Magic-Sand.

A video of the Sandbox demonstrated at the political festival called Folkemødet at Bornholm can be seen at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDMrxtH1hyU.