AI Face Body and Hand Pose Detection with Python and Mediapipe - In this video you'll learn the basics for getting started with Body pose detection, facial landmark estimation and hand pose detection using a single Mediapipe library and your webcam.
Want to start building body pose based apps?
Maybe want to control your screen using nothing but gestures!
Well, Mediapipe and Python are the answer! In fact, in this video you'll learn the basics for getting started with Body pose detection, facial landmark estimation and hand pose detection using a single Mediapipe library and your webcam.
Behind the scenes, Mediapipe Holistic, the model shown in this video, uses deep learning models to be able to accurately detect keypoints. Using this model you can begin to prototype a whole bunch of different use cases like touchless gesture control, human sentiment analysis and could even build your own exercise counter!
In this video, you'll learn how to:
Chapters: 0:00 - Start 2:49 - Installing Mediapipe and OpenCV 8:23 - Real Time Video Feed from Your Webcam using OpenCV 13:05 - Detecting Landmarks for Face, Body and Hand Poses 30:48 - Changing Landmark Colors and Styling
Get the Code: https://github.com/nicknochnack/Full-...
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