2d face recognition


What is 2d face recognition?
Manage parking facilities. Controlling gates with the help of an automated solution can facilitate monitoring vehicle entry/exit and payment operations. Also, some listed vehicles can be restricted from parking.
Access control. It will be easier to oversee entry places restricted for some categories of vehicles.

This paper presents a completly automated face recognition system integrating both two dimensional (texture) and three dimensional (shape) features
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Automatic number-plate recognition (ANPR)
Automatic number-plate recognition (ANPR) is a technology that uses optical character recognition on images to read vehicle registration plates to create vehicle location data.
ANPR can be used to store the images captured by the cameras as well as the text from the license plate.

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This paper presents a completly automated face recognition system integrating both two dimensional (texture) and three dimensional (shape) features
Leveraging 2D facial recognition techniques identify a person of interest is practical can achieve a high degree of accuracy (above 80) and  3D face recognition has the potential to achieve better accuracy than its 2D counterpart by measuring geometry of rigid features on the face. This avoids such   Describes a conceptual framework for 3D-2D (or 2D-3D) face recognition. •. Proposes a novel 3D-2D system for 2D image face recognition from 3D datasets.

For license plate recognition to work, your camera needs a few specific things:
  • The angle of the camera is extremely important, because a camera that's installed too high cannot see the license plate
  • The distance from the camera to the car must also be considered - while a camera may be able to zoom in quite a distance, you want to minimize the distance between camera and car
  • Lighting is also important - whether you install lights or use the camera's built-in IR, you will need additional lighting at night
  • The speed of oncoming traffic must be low enough that the camera has enough time to focus on the license plate
In addition, you'll need to pay attention to the quality of the image. To be used as legal evidence, your video may need to meet standards set by your local law enforcement; one requirement might be that the captured license plate image be at least 15 pixels tall, to ensure clarity.

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Object detection deals with detecting instances of semantic objects of a certain class (such as a dog, a human, or a car.) in digital images and videos.

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