We show rendered views of a morphable 3D-model during
the transition from one key-position (corresponding to image

${\mathcal{I}}_{k}$ in Figure

4) to another key-position
(corresponding to image

${\mathcal{I}}_{k+1}$ in Figure

4). On t(a) we show the result
produced when no geometric morphing is applied to points in

$\overline{\mathrm{\Psi}}$ (notice the resulting discontinuity, i.e.,
hole). On (b) we render the same view, but this time we also apply
geometric morphing to points in

$\overline{\mathrm{\Psi}}$ (no discontinuities/holes exist in this case).
A zoomed version of this view is also shown on (c). Although, as
mentioned, there is no geometric discontinuity, yet there is a difference in
texture resolution between the left part of the image (points in

$\overline{\mathrm{\Psi}}$) and the right part (points in

$\mathrm{\Psi}$), since only points of the latter part are
morphed photometrically.