In particular, most of these databases are only available for non-commercial research purposes.

Make certain that you read the terms of use for any database you intend to use.

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Suppose you are a researcher wanting to investigate some aspect of facial recognition or facial detection.

The pictures were taken under strictly controlled conditions.

There were no restrictions placed on clothes, glasses, make-up or hair style. AT & T - The Database of Faces This database of faces contains a set of face images taken between April 1992 and April 1994 at the AT&T Laboratories, Cambridge.

The facial surface was acquired as a set of 3D coordinates using a projector and a camera.

120 people were asked to pose twice in front of the system.Each one shows the frontal view of a face of one out of 23 different test persons.For comparison purposes, the set also contains manually set eye positions. Binghamton University Facial Expression Databases: BP4D-Spontanous Database, BU-3DFE Database (Static Data), BU-4DFE Database (Dynamic Data) Researchers at Binghamton University have set up a number of databases that have been used for a number of 2D and 3D studies. The Bosphorus Database The Bosphorus Database is intended for those researching 3D and 2D human face processing tasks.These include expression recognition, facial action unit detection, facial action unit intensity estimation, face recognition under adverse conditions, deformable face modeling, and 3D face reconstruction.The database contains 105 subjects, with 4666 images of their faces.Each frame consists of a depth image, the corresponding RGB image and manually annotated eye positions (with respect to the RGB image).