|M.Sc Student||Sela Matan|
|Department||Department of Electrical Engineering||Supervisor||Professor Ron Kimmel|
|Full Thesis text|
A caricature is an illustration of an object in which some features are exaggerated. The term feature exaggeration usually refers to an operation that relates measures of a given object to those of a reference one. For example, a small mouth, relates the size of a given mouth to its average in a given population. The procedure we have in mind is one that emphasizes and extends such discrepancies.
An interesting question is what happens when there is no reference population or an average to relate to. At the other end, it would be intriguing to design a caricaturization procedure that would have the same effect on an articulated object which is not affected by its pose, or posture.