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Author: Guido Diepen <>
#Import the OpenCV and dlib libraries
import cv2
import dlib
import threading
import time
import random
#Initialize a face cascade using the frontal face haar cascade provided with
#the OpenCV library
#Make sure that you copy this file from the opencv project to the root of this
#project folder
faceCascade = cv2.CascadeClassifier('haarcascade_frontalface_default.xml')
print( faceCascade.empty() )
#The deisred output width and height
RED = (0, 0, 255)
BLUE = (255, 0, 0)
PURPLE = (127, 0, 255)
GREEN = (0, 255, 0)
suspiciousColors = {0:(0,0,0), 1:GREEN, 2:PURPLE, 3:RED}
averageSuspicious = 0
#We are not doing really face recognition
def doRecognizePerson(faceNames, fid):
faceNames[ fid ] = "Person " + str(fid)
def calculateAverageSuspicious(faceSuspicion):
global averageSuspicious
currentFaces = len(faceSuspicion) - faceSuspicion.count(0)
averageSuspicious = sum(faceSuspicion)/currentFaces
print(f"Average suspicion: {averageSuspicious}")
def detectAndTrackMultipleFaces():
#Open the first webcame device
capture = cv2.VideoCapture(0)
#Create two opencv named windows
cv2.namedWindow("base-image", cv2.WINDOW_AUTOSIZE)
cv2.namedWindow("result-image", cv2.WINDOW_AUTOSIZE)
#Position the windows next to eachother
#Start the window thread for the two windows we are using
#The color of the rectangle we draw around the face
rectangleColor = (0,165,255)
#variables holding the current frame number and the current faceid
frameCounter = 0
currentFaceID = 0
#Variables holding the correlation trackers and the name per faceid
faceTrackers = {}
faceNames = {}
faceSuspicion = list() # 0 is neutral/non existent person. 1 is ok, 2 is suspect, 3 is dangerous
while True:
#Retrieve the latest image from the webcam
rc,fullSizeBaseImage =
#Resize the image to 320x240
baseImage = cv2.resize( fullSizeBaseImage, ( 320, 240))
#Check if a key was pressed and if it was Q, then break
#from the infinite loop
pressedKey = cv2.waitKey(2)
if pressedKey == ord('Q'):
#Result image is the image we will show the user, which is a
#combination of the original image from the webcam and the
#overlayed rectangle for the largest face
resultImage = baseImage.copy()
# * Update all trackers and remove the ones that are not
# relevant anymore
# * Every 10 frames:
# + Use face detection on the current frame and look
# for faces.
# + For each found face, check if centerpoint is within
# existing tracked box. If so, nothing to do
# + If centerpoint is NOT in existing tracked box, then
# we add a new tracker with a new face-id
#Increase the framecounter
frameCounter += 1
#Update all the trackers and remove the ones for which the update
#indicated the quality was not good enough
fidsToDelete = []
for fid in faceTrackers.keys():
trackingQuality = faceTrackers[ fid ].update( baseImage )
#If the tracking quality is good enough, we must delete
#this tracker
if trackingQuality < 7:
fidsToDelete.append( fid )
for fid in fidsToDelete:
print("Removing fid " + str(fid) + " from list of trackers")
faceTrackers.pop( fid , None )
faceSuspicion[fid] = 0
#Every 10 frames, we will have to determine which faces
#are present in the frame
if (frameCounter % 10) == 0:
#For the face detection, we need to make use of a gray
#colored image so we will convert the baseImage to a
#gray-based image
gray = cv2.cvtColor(baseImage, cv2.COLOR_BGR2GRAY)
#Now use the haar cascade detector to find all faces
#in the image
faces = faceCascade.detectMultiScale(gray, 1.3, 5)
#Loop over all faces and check if the area for this
#face is the largest so far
#We need to convert it to int here because of the
#requirement of the dlib tracker. If we omit the cast to
#int here, you will get cast errors since the detector
#returns numpy.int32 and the tracker requires an int
for (_x,_y,_w,_h) in faces:
x = int(_x)
y = int(_y)
w = int(_w)
h = int(_h)
#calculate the centerpoint
x_bar = x + 0.5 * w
y_bar = y + 0.5 * h
#Variable holding information which faceid we
#matched with
matchedFid = None
#Now loop over all the trackers and check if the
#centerpoint of the face is within the box of a
for fid in faceTrackers.keys():
tracked_position = faceTrackers[fid].get_position()
t_x = int(tracked_position.left())
t_y = int(
t_w = int(tracked_position.width())
t_h = int(tracked_position.height())
#calculate the centerpoint
t_x_bar = t_x + 0.5 * t_w
t_y_bar = t_y + 0.5 * t_h
#check if the centerpoint of the face is within the
#rectangleof a tracker region. Also, the centerpoint
#of the tracker region must be within the region
#detected as a face. If both of these conditions hold
#we have a match
if ( ( t_x <= x_bar <= (t_x + t_w)) and
( t_y <= y_bar <= (t_y + t_h)) and
( x <= t_x_bar <= (x + w )) and
( y <= t_y_bar <= (y + h ))):
matchedFid = fid
#If no matched fid, then we have to create a new tracker
if matchedFid is None:
suspicionLevel = random.randint(1,3)
print("Creating new tracker " + str(currentFaceID) + " with suspicion level: " + str(suspicionLevel))
#Create and store the tracker
tracker = dlib.correlation_tracker()
dlib.rectangle( x-10,
faceTrackers[ currentFaceID ] = tracker
#Start a new thread that is used to simulate
#face recognition. This is not yet implemented in this
#version :)
t = threading.Thread( target = doRecognizePerson ,
args=(faceNames, currentFaceID))
#Increase the currentFaceID counter
currentFaceID += 1
#Now loop over all the trackers we have and draw the rectangle
#around the detected faces. If we 'know' the name for this person
#(i.e. the recognition thread is finished), we print the name
#of the person, otherwise the message indicating we are detecting
#the name of the person
for fid in faceTrackers.keys():
tracked_position = faceTrackers[fid].get_position()
t_x = int(tracked_position.left())
t_y = int(
t_w = int(tracked_position.width())
t_h = int(tracked_position.height())
cv2.rectangle(resultImage, (t_x, t_y),
(t_x + t_w , t_y + t_h),
rectangleColor ,2)
cv2.rectangle(resultImage, (t_x+t_w, t_y), (t_x+t_w+30, t_y+80), suspiciousColors[faceSuspicion[fid]], -1)
if averageSuspicious>2.5:
color = RED
elif averageSuspicious>1.5:
color = PURPLE
color = GREEN
width = resultImage.shape[1]
cv2.rectangle(resultImage, (int(width-50), 0), (int(width), 120), color, -1)
if fid in faceNames.keys():
cv2.putText(resultImage, faceNames[fid] ,
(int(t_x + t_w/2), int(t_y)),
0.5, (255, 255, 255), 2)
cv2.putText(resultImage, "Detecting..." ,
(int(t_x + t_w/2), int(t_y)),
0.5, (255, 255, 255), 2)
#Since we want to show something larger on the screen than the
#original 320x240, we resize the image again
#Note that it would also be possible to keep the large version
#of the baseimage and make the result image a copy of this large
#base image and use the scaling factor to draw the rectangle
#at the right coordinates.
largeResult = cv2.resize(resultImage,
#Finally, we want to show the images on the screen
cv2.imshow("base-image", baseImage)
cv2.imshow("result-image", largeResult)
#To ensure we can also deal with the user pressing Ctrl-C in the console
#we have to check for the KeyboardInterrupt exception and break out of
#the main loop
except KeyboardInterrupt as e:
#Destroy any OpenCV windows and exit the application
if __name__ == '__main__':
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