We study the vector space of visible wavelength intensities from face videos widely used as input features in Photoplethysmography Imaging (PPGI). Based upon theoretical principles of Group invariance in the Euclidean space we derive a change of the topology where the corresponding distance between successive measurements is defined as geodesic on a Riemannian manifold. This lower dimensional embedding of the sensor signal unifies the invariance properties with respect to translation of the features as discussed by several former approaches. The resulting operator acts implicit on the feature space without requiring any kind of prior knowledge and does not need parameter tuning. The resulting feature's time varying quasi-periodic shaping naturally occurs in form of the canonical state space representation according to the known Diffusion process of blood volume changes. The computational complexity is low and the implementation becomes fairly simple. During experiments the operator achieved robust and competitive estimation performance of heart rate from face videos on two public databases.