Face Emotion Recognition using CNN | Opencv and Python
These days the number of accidents is increasing tremendously. A disproportionate number of accidents take place at night time. According to the report of W.H.O, there is going to be an increase in the number of accidents by 67% majorly comprising of night accidents.
There are two main reasons why such accidents take place. They are improper lighting conditions and glare of vehicle headlight. Hence for this project “Adaptive vehicle lighting system” the main aim is to control the brightness of the headlight and to properly illuminate the path so that we can easily find if there are any pedestrians in the way of a curved path. Through this project, I would like to contribute a little bit to the engineering society and save the lives of many.Face Emotion Recognition using CNN | Opencv and Python
In this project, there will be three features they are (I) to reduce the headlight glare (ii) adaptive headlight during curved roads, and (iii) remote control of headlights. Based on the camera sensor we will control the headlight glare to high beam or low beam. In the other case based on the motion of the steering, the headlight motion is also controlled so that the complete way in the curved path is illuminated. In another case when we need to find out our parking vehicle, we can control it through our smartphone using beagle bone black connected to Wi-Fi.
In this project, image processing is done by using open CV, and C++ programming is used to generate a PWM signal from the angle of the white line of the road obtained using open CV which is given as input to the motor. The various operations like RGB to gray conversion, thresholding, morphological operations of image recognition, and processing are performed on the live scenes from the camera to obtain the desired result of the angle value of the white line of the road. And thus make driving at night time safe and comfortable.Face Emotion Recognition using CNN | Opencv and Python Face Emotion Recognition using CNN | Opencv and Python
- Manual operated dim light
- Sensor-based light detection
- Fully hardware-based implementation
- Camera-based light detection
- Can Detect the direction from which vehicle is coming
- Can vary the direction of light
- Uses opencv for image processing
- Can be embedded with any vehicle
- Arduino Uno board
- Driver circuit.
- LED array
- Arduino IDE, Python IDLE
- Python, Embedded C
- Open CV