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Dlib FaceLandmark Detector v1.3.0

Dlib FaceLandmark Detector

Dlib FaceLandmark Detector – download Unity asset

Works with Unity Cloud Build

iOS & Android support
Windows10 UWP support
Lumin ( MagicLeap )​ support support
WebGL support
Win & Mac & Linux Standalone support
Preview support in the Editor

DlibFaceLandmarkDetector can ObjectDetection and ShapePrediction using Dlib19.7 C++ Library.

Features:
- You can detect frontal human faces and face landmark (68 points, 17points, 6points) in Texture2D, WebCamTexture and Image byte array. In addition, You can detect a different objects by changing trained data file.

- ObjectDetector is made using the now classic Histogram of Oriented Gradients (HOG) feature combined with a linear classifier, an image pyramid, and sliding window detection scheme. You can train your own detector in addition to human faces detector. If you want to train your own detector, please refer to this page.

- ShapePredictor is created by using dlib's implementation of the paper(One Millisecond Face Alignment with an Ensemble of Regression Trees by Vahid Kazemi and Josephine Sullivan, CVPR 2014). You can train your own models in addition to human face landmark model using dlib's machine learning tools. If you want to train your own models, please refer to this page.

- Advanced examples using “OpenCV for Unity” are Included. (The execution of this examples are required “OpenCV for Unity”.)

- PlayMakerActions for DlibFaceLandmarkDetector is available.


Examples:
Texture2DExample
WebCamTextureExample
CatDetectionExample

Advanced Examples:
(require OpenCV for Unity)
Texture2DToMatExample
WebCamTextureToMatHelperExample
VideoCaptureExample
ARHeadWebCamTextureExample
VideoCaptureARHeadExample
FrameOptimizationExample
NoiseFilterWebCamTextureExample
NoiseFilterVideoCaptureExample


ExampleCode using Dlib FaceLandmark Detector is available.

Asset version: 1.3.0
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