[Face-research-list] Hi and any assistance appreciated!
Etienne Benoît Roesch
etienne.roesch at gmail.com
Fri Mar 11 15:41:33 GMT 2011
Do you need the faces to be expressing anything in any way? e.g. emotion, ...
If you're open to using synthetic faces, www.facegen.com is worth the investment. It allows you to produce a gzillion of different faces in a click.
Le 11 Mar 2011 à 15:33, nicola.jones a écrit :
> Hi all,
> I think this list is a great idea; thanks for letting me join it!
> Just a quick introduction...I worked with Debbie Riby as a research assistant 2 years ago looking at attention to faces in Williams Syndrome. I recently completed my MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of York where for my dissertation I looked at the representation of shape and texture of faces in the brain, supervised by Tim Andrews. I am just starting a PhD at Northumbria University looking at neurocognitive performance in Type 2 diabetes, looking particularly at the role of glycaemic control and task difficulty on recognition memory.
> I am in the initial stages of planning for my very first experiment and am looking for a face image database of at least 100 different faces (male and female, neutral expressions) which are high resolution, frontal view colour photographs. I have looked through several databases but they either do not have enough photos or the quality is not great. If anyone has access to a set or could point me in the right direction, I would be most grateful.
> Thanks and best wishes to all,
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