cv.jit.faces help

    Jan 15 2008 | 8:23 pm
    i'm just beginning to learn jitter and have been playing with the cv.jit objects. i want to use cv.jit.faces to track faces straight on, and then ipose a jpg over the bounding boxes, but i don't really know how to go about doing this. are there any other cv.jit tutorials or can someone offer some help?
    thanks fmmw

    • Jan 16 2008 | 9:00 am
      ohh! with my glitch language it's really hard to say ))) you need to look "into" abstraction that called in help patch "cv.jit.faces.draw"(approx, maybe "cv.jit.bound.draw"), in this abstraction forming 4 coordinates for bounding boxes ! i'm doing somthing like you(not jpeg, but black block), but now can't show you result - Jitter is not installed ( good luck!
    • Mar 30 2014 | 6:34 am
      Hey OUTOFF !
      Your project sounds interesting and some of the features of it could be very helpful in understanding how I should go about designing a patch that recognizes and creates an x/y co ordinate for the output of jit.qt.faces or jit.qt.faces.draw, based on where the face is within the matrix.
      If it is possible to share it would be very much appreciated! If not I understand.
      Thank you very much,
      Thomas Campbell