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Computer Vision for the Web by Foat Akhmadeev

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Chapter 4. Smile and Wave, Your Face Has Been Tracked!

The most commonly seen object in our lives is a human face. We interact with people everywhere even when we do not meet them in person; we write a lot of messages via social networks, such as Twitter and Facebook, or e-mails and text messages using our phones. Face detection and tracking has many applications. In some cases, you might want to create a human computer interface, which will take the head position as an input or, more likely, you might want to help your users with tagging their friends. Actually, there are a lot of face detection libraries, which are written on JavaScript; these outnumber the libraries that focus on image processing itself. This is a good opportunity to choose ...

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