kondaveetiarungopal
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opencv human detection

Thu Jun 05, 2014 3:33 am

Hi,
present iam working on opencv project on raspberry pi..

My project description is first one image would be stored in raspberry pi,,

i)after i used a webcamera and when human face and image face matched then opencv face detection occur other wise that picture will send to mail or phone mms..
ii)senond one is iam taking one video with human faces.

i want to do particular human detection only with image comparing..

iam new to this platform..
please tell me the possible ways to do this project using simple cv,opencv or any other possible way...

Maco1717
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Re: opencv human detection

Wed Mar 04, 2015 4:37 pm

has anyone got any result with the rpi2? im gonna get started trying this.

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PangolinPaws
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Re: opencv human detection

Wed Mar 04, 2015 5:15 pm

I got some human detection to work pretty well on the B+ using SimpleCV. It used Haar cascades to detect upper bodies and display a captured image with each human marked by a green square. There's no reason you couldn't do exactly the same but run face recognition (or anything else) in place of the square-drawing bit.

In case you can re-use any of the stuff I figured out, I've written it all here:
https://pangolinpad.wordpress.com/2014/ ... detection/

It was pretty slow because of the improper way I used the camera module, but it was good fun and taught me a lot.
https://github.com/PangolinPaw

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Re: opencv human detection

Sat Jan 13, 2018 5:16 pm

PangolinPaws wrote:
Wed Mar 04, 2015 5:15 pm
I got some human detection to work pretty well on the B+ using SimpleCV. It used Haar cascades to detect upper bodies and display a captured image with each human marked by a green square. There's no reason you couldn't do exactly the same but run face recognition (or anything else) in place of the square-drawing bit.

In case you can re-use any of the stuff I figured out, I've written it all here:
https://pangolinpad.wordpress.com/2014/ ... detection/

It was pretty slow because of the improper way I used the camera module, but it was good fun and taught me a lot.
Hi PangolinPaws
Thanks for sharing this! It seems pretty relevant to what i'm doing. I opened a thread here viewtopic.php?f=91&t=202327 and would appreciate any additional input or comments you can provide.

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