README for pyFaceTracker
FaceTracker is a library for deformable face tracking written in C++ using OpenCV 2, authored by Jason Saragih and maintained by Kyle McDonald. It is available free for non-commercial use, and may be redistributed under these conditions. Please see the LICENSE file for complete details.
pyfacetracker is a thin wrapper around FaceTracker. It enables using FaceTracker while enjoyging the comfort of the Python scripting language.
pyfacetracker is available under the BSD License. This has no effect on Jason's code, which is available under a separate license.
You will first need to update setup.py to point to the installation of OpenCV (i.e. set OPENCV_BASE, OPENCV_LIB_DIRS and OPENCV_VERSION global variables to their correct values). Then run setup.py:
python setup.py install
Reid Mayo has created a tutorial for installing pyFaceTracker on linux.
Reading the docs
cd doc make html
Then, direct your browser to build/html/index.html.
To run the tests with the interpreter available as python, use:
cd examples python face_image.py path/to/image # path/to/image is a path to a color image
Conditions of use
See the LICENSE file
For bug reports use the Bitbucket issue tracker. You can also send wishes, comments, patches, etc. to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank-you to the people at <http://wingware.com/> for their policy of free licenses for non-commercial open source developers.