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Model fitting with Iterative Closest Points

Watch Ghazi Bouabene explain how to use the Iterative Closest Point (ICP) method in Scalismo.

Here, we finally get to learn how to establish correspondences in Scalismo.

Using the Iterative Closest Point (ICP) method, we start by establishing correspondences for a few characteristic points between the model and a target face mesh. We then move on to establish correspondence for many more points and obtain, doing so, a model instance which fits our target mesh.

Each tutorial video is followed by a companion document that you will find in the consecutive Scalismo Lab step.

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