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Real time human head pose estimation using TensorFlow and OpenCV.
These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes.
The code was tested on Ubuntu 20.04.
This repository already provided a pre-trained model for facial landmarks detection. Just git clone then you are good to go.
# From your favorite development directory: git clone https://github.com/yinguobing/head-pose-estimation.git
A video file or a webcam index should be assigned through arguments. If no source provided, the built in webcam will be used by default.
For any video format that OpenCV supports (
python3 estimate_head_pose.py --video /path/to/video.mp4
The webcam index should be provided:
python3 estimate_head_pose.py --cam 0
There are three major steps:
Face detection. A face detector is introduced to provide a face bounding box containing a human face. Then the face box is expanded and transformed to a square to suit the needs of later steps.
Facial landmark detection. A pre-trained deep learning model take the face image as input and output 68 facial landmarks.
Pose estimation. After getting 68 facial landmarks, the pose could be calculated by a mutual PnP algorithm.
The marks are detected frame by frame that makes the pose unstable. A Kalman filter is used to solve this problem, you can draw the original pose to observe the difference.
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details
Yin Guobing (尹国冰) - yinguobing
The pre-trained TensorFlow model file is trained with various public data sets which have their own licenses. Please refer to them before using this code.
The 3D model of face comes from OpenFace, you can find the original file here.
The build in face detector comes from OpenCV. https://github.com/opencv/opencv/tree/master/samples/dnn/face_detector