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How to use JavaScript to detect faces and apply filters

17/07/2020

I’ve previously written a guide on how to detect facial features using Python and I got many questions on twitter asking how to do the same using JavaScript. So today, I’m going to be answering that and we’ll add some extras: masking your face with a Spiderman filter, or the classic, dog filter. It’s been...
I’ve previously written a guide on how to detect facial features using Python and I got many questions on twitter asking how to do the same using JavaScript. So today, I’m going to be answering that and we’ll add some extras: masking your face with a Spiderman filter, or the classic, dog filter. It’s been really fun to work on this project and I hope you enjoy it too. The article will cover two main topics: Face features recognition Adding filters So, here’s how to to detect facial features Similarly to how DLib works, for JavaScript, we have a library called clmtrackr which will do the… This story continues at The Next Web I’ve previously written a guide on how to detect facial features using Python and I got many questions on twitter asking how to do the same using JavaScript. So today, I’m going to be answering that and we’ll add some extras: masking your face with a Spiderman filter, or the classic, dog filter. It’s been really fun to work on this project and I hope you enjoy it too. The article will cover two main topics: Face features recognition Adding filters So, here’s how to to detect facial features Similarly to how DLib works, for JavaScript, we have a library called clmtrackr which will do the… This story continues at The Next Web
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