eos - A lightweight 3D Morphable Face Model fitting library in modern C++11/14

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eos is a lightweight 3D Morphable Face Model fitting library that provides basic functionality to use face models, as well as camera and shape fitting functionality. It's written in modern C++11/14. An experimental model viewer to visualise 3D Morphable Models and blendshapes is available here.

https://github.com/patrikhuber/eos

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