😷 An SPA that uses only the front-end to perform deep-learning-based facial landmark detection on images and automatically adds breathing mask stickers.
A single-page application that uses only the front-end to perform deep-learning-based facial landmark detection on images and automatically adds breathing mask stickers.
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After the user uploads his or her avatar, the page will automatically detect the face in the picture, and identify the key points to match the most suitable mask sticker. Then the user can change the position, size, rotation angle and flip of the sticker in an editor implemented by canvas, and then export the modified avatar. The entire process is performed on the front end, and the pictures do not need to be uploaded to the server.
Usage case screenshot：
The project uses face-api.js which is based on TensorFlow.js.
The face detection task uses the SSD MobileNet V1 model (trained with the WIDERFACE dataset), and the facial landmark detection task uses a 68-point CNN-based detection model built by the author of face-api.js (the training dataset contains about 35,000 facial images). The models' weight data comes from face-api.js.
The project contains several mask sticker images and data for each mask. Three key points were marked on each mask sticker (upper left corner, upper right corner, and bottom of chin). After detecting the landmarks on the user's avatar, the mask sticker that best matches the face shape can be automatically selected based on these data. After calculating the corresponding geometric transformation, the sticker image will be put in the appropriate position on the avatar.
The image editor for this project is implemented using canvas, based on the npm package xl_canvas. Because the package can not be used directly, it was deeply modified, and a series of functions such as flip, touch support, and export at the original resolution were added and finally integrated into the project.
npm run serve