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February 6, 2017 AT 4:00 pm

IoT Face Tracking And Recognition #ArduinoMonday

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From Vicente Arturo Zavala Ortiz on hackster.io:

The advancement and development of high resolution per frame cameras in recent years motivate both engineers and students in the research and creation of applications based on “automated” computer vision algorithms, a frequent task used in the tracking of object movements and position as well as its own characteristics, such as object shape, object color, etc.

In this case, the project is based on the tracking and recognition of faces, If it detects a face it focuses it within a red frame, if it recognizes it in a lower percentage the focus is within a yellow frame and if the percentage is high or very high it focuses it within a green frame.

Read more and see more from Vicente Zavala on YouTube


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