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Pupils Only Mode vs. Eye Contour Mode
Average Face | comments(0)
In order to make a beautiful average face, positions of markers should be adjusted carefully.
At the beginning of a workflow, place one marker for each eye in the Pupils Only mode.
[Pupils Only mode:one marker is placed at the center of each eye's iris]
In order to make a more beautiful average face, switch to the Eye Contours mode or PRO mode. However, if you would like to make an average face casually, you can register the face in the pupils only mode.
[Pupils Only mode:one marker is placed at the center of each eye's iris]
In the above example, markers for the second face were also placed in the Pupils Only mode.
Then, tap the 'Average' button.
[An average face generated in the Pupils Only mode]
In this case, the right eye looks fine, but the left eye is blurred.
This is because only one marker is used for each eye.
In order to capture the contours of the eyes, you need to switch to the Eye Contour mode (or PRO mode).
Start a workflow in the Pupils Only mode. After placing one marker for each eye, tap the 'Eye Contours' button. Then, four additional markers appear around the marker placed at the pupil of each eye. 
Place these markers along each eye contour.
[Eye Contour mode: four additional markers are used for each eye]
In the above example, markers were placed in the Eye Contour mode for BOTH faces.
[An average face generated in the Eye Contour mode]
In the Eye Contour mode, the eye contours were rendered more clearly.
In the PRO mode, more markers are usable.
It should be noted that faces registered in the Pupils Only mode and those registered in the Eye Contours mode should not be mixed. 
Otherwise, curious faces as shown below are generated.
[An example in which the Pupils Only mode and the Eye Contour mode are mixed]




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