The analysis of thermographic images in psychological application is usually performed by averaging the values of pixel temperature inside a Region of Interest (Troi). We used a new method, based on maximal temperatures inside a ROI (Tmax), to evaluate face temperature to single out asymmetry in males and females population (n=33 and 27 respectively). Data were compared with those obtained with traditional method based on the average over the whole area of the anatomical part under investigation (hemiface). In this study, we put in evidence the features of this analysis method specifically in human non-invasive facial characterization.

Assessing Facial Skin Temperature Asymmetry with Different Methods

D. Formenti;
2016

Abstract

The analysis of thermographic images in psychological application is usually performed by averaging the values of pixel temperature inside a Region of Interest (Troi). We used a new method, based on maximal temperatures inside a ROI (Tmax), to evaluate face temperature to single out asymmetry in males and females population (n=33 and 27 respectively). Data were compared with those obtained with traditional method based on the average over the whole area of the anatomical part under investigation (hemiface). In this study, we put in evidence the features of this analysis method specifically in human non-invasive facial characterization.
QIRT 2016 : the 13. International Conference on Quantitative InfraRed Thermography
Quantitative InfraRed Thermography (QIRT) conference
Gdansk
2016
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