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Title: Short-term facial skin simulation system
Authors: Zhong, Yunjie
Keywords: Engineering::Computer science and engineering::Computer applications
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Nanyang Technological University
Source: Zhong, Y. (2022). Short-term facial skin simulation system. Master's thesis, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Abstract: Using skin care products is a simple and effective way to improve our facial skin quality. Customers may want to see the effect of the product on their face skin. However, it is difficult for customers to see the actual product's effect how skin pore or skin tone are improved through the text description, numerical information, and advertisement that may be overly glorified. Hence, it is desirable to develop simulation models that can visualize how the skin improvement. To this end, we propose to develop a short-term skin simulation system and make three contributions. First, we find indicators closely related to facial skin changes through numerical comparison and visual observation in the preliminary data study. Second, we propose a primary pipeline that combines indicators and control parameters with facial skin simulations based on actual product usage. Third, we bring the indicators from the preliminary data study into our pipeline to form the final simulation system, which can achieve quick simulation based on the actual usage of our study products. The vast majority of the simulation results maintain the details of the facial skin of the different participants, look natural, and demonstrate the different skin improvement effects of our two study products.
Schools: School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering 
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