Keith Waters (born 1962, England), formerly of LifeFX Networks, Inc., has been involved in facial animation for the past 20 years. He development of a muscle-based model for facial animation including a physically based skin tissue model as well as a visual text-to-speech system called DECface. He is co-author of "Computer Facial Animation", a guide to facial animation the first edition published in 1995 and a second edition in 2008.
Keith Waters was born in Kent, England. He received his Ph. D from Middlesex University (UK) in 1988. He is currently the director of engineering device software at Nexage and prior to that a principal architect at Akamai Technologies Inc., and previously a Director of Research at Orange Labs Boston MA, USA. Keith has been active in Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and has published scientific papers on novel applications. He has been engaged with the W3C is the development of Web standards for mobile web technologies.
... D in computer graphics, Keith worked for Schlumberger in Palo Alto and then at their Research Lab for Computer Science Austin Texas where he worked on parallel CM-2 data visualization ...
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