Search Results for author: Liyang Chen

Found 6 papers, 1 papers with code

AdaMesh: Personalized Facial Expressions and Head Poses for Adaptive Speech-Driven 3D Facial Animation

no code implementations11 Oct 2023 Liyang Chen, Weihong Bao, Shun Lei, Boshi Tang, Zhiyong Wu, Shiyin Kang, HaoZhi Huang

Existing works mostly neglect the person-specific talking style in generation, including facial expression and head pose styles.

VAST: Vivify Your Talking Avatar via Zero-Shot Expressive Facial Style Transfer

no code implementations9 Aug 2023 Liyang Chen, Zhiyong Wu, Runnan Li, Weihong Bao, Jun Ling, Xu Tan, Sheng Zhao

With our essential designs on facial style learning, our model is able to flexibly capture the expressive facial style from arbitrary video prompts and transfer it onto a personalized image renderer in a zero-shot manner.

Decoder Style Transfer +1

StableFace: Analyzing and Improving Motion Stability for Talking Face Generation

no code implementations29 Aug 2022 Jun Ling, Xu Tan, Liyang Chen, Runnan Li, Yuchao Zhang, Sheng Zhao, Li Song

In this paper, we conduct systematic analyses on the motion jittering problem based on a state-of-the-art pipeline that uses 3D face representations to bridge the input audio and output video, and improve the motion stability with a series of effective designs.

Talking Face Generation Video Generation

The ReprGesture entry to the GENEA Challenge 2022

1 code implementation25 Aug 2022 Sicheng Yang, Zhiyong Wu, Minglei Li, Mengchen Zhao, Jiuxin Lin, Liyang Chen, Weihong Bao

This paper describes the ReprGesture entry to the Generation and Evaluation of Non-verbal Behaviour for Embodied Agents (GENEA) challenge 2022.

Decoder Gesture Generation +1

Electron pairing in the pseudogap state revealed by shot noise in copper-oxide junctions

no code implementations4 Dec 2020 Panpan Zhou, Liyang Chen, Yue Liu, Ilya Sochnikov, Anthony T. Bollinger, Myung-Geun Han, Yimei Zhu, Xi He, Ivan Bozovic, Douglas Natelson

In the quest to understand high-temperature superconductivity in copper oxides, a vigorous debate has been focused on the pseudogap - a partial gap that opens over portions of the Fermi surface in the 'normal' state above the bulk critical temperature ($T_{c}$).

Superconductivity Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics Strongly Correlated Electrons

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