[visionlist] Special Issue in Vision Research: Facial skin tone and texture: measurement, perception, and computation
S.M.Wuerger at liverpool.ac.uk
Fri Apr 2 06:30:05 -04 2021
Facial skin tone and texture: measurement, perception, and computation
Vision Research seeks contributions for a special issue entitled ‘Facial skin tone and texture: measurement, perception, and computation’<https://www.journals.elsevier.com/vision-research/call-for-papers/facial-skin-tone-and-texture-measurement>
How the visual system utilizes facial appearance cues is important in many areas of science, from evolutionary biology to medical applications. Subtle changes in skin appearance have been shown to be not only a predictor of physical but also mental health. In computer vision, rendering skin appearance to achieve naturalness is still a research challenge.
Skin is one of the most familiar but also most complex non-uniform surfaces humans encounter on a daily basis. Yet the extent to which the human visual system is adapted to the spatio-chromatic properties of skin and whether the familiarity of skin confers any processing advantages remain controversial.
For more details see: https://www.journals.elsevier.com/vision-research/call-for-papers/facial-skin-tone-and-texture-measurement
Kaida Xiao, University of Leeds.
Yoko Mizokami, Chiba University.
Sophie Wuerger, University of Liverpool.
Submission portal open from: May 01, 2021
Submission deadline: July 01, 2022
Acceptance deadline: December 31, 2022
Expected publication: 2022
Authors should select “VSI: Facial skin tone and texture” as the article type when submitting their special issue paper in the EM submission system.
Please see the Guide for Authors for detailed instructions on format:
Once accepted, individual articles for the special issue will be published in the next available issue of the journal. Once the special issue is complete, articles will then be grouped together in ScienceDirect along with the editors’ introduction and overview of the field.
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