👦 Basic face landmarking on iPhone with Dlib via Swift & ObjC++
This prototype shows basic face landmark recognition on a
DlibWrapper.mm) coming out of an
Frame rate is actually quite good on an iPhone 6S now that we are using the system face detection via
AVCaptureMetadataOutput. I did not measure performance yet but there is no discernible lag anymore. It looks like 30fps.
But I am sure there are a lot more performance improvements to be made. Currently, the buffers are copied around a lot.
This app uses the Dlib library (http://dlib.net) and their default face landmarking model file downloaded from http://dlib.net/files/shape_predictor_68_face_landmarks.dat.bz2. Thanks for the great work.
This project includes a precompiled Dlib. If you want to change something, consider that the
Preprocessor Macrosin the project linking Dlib need to be the same as the
Compiler Flagswhen building the lib.
The project to build Dlib on iOS was generated according to these instructions.
Thanks to Satya Mallick from learnopencv.com. He recommended using the system face detector to me.
Code (except for
DisplayLiveSamples/lib/*) is released under MIT license.