Automatic selfie camera – Raspberry Pi can be changed into an automatic selfie-booth which is installed in some other countries, as by having little idea by using Raspberry Pi fun ideas by making it as a Selfie booth using OpenCV technology. This Raspberry Pi project features the facilities like the automatic and manual selfie-booth system, the image can be captured using buttons as well as by OpenCV technology it detects the face first and classifies each part of our face to detect mouth and after detecting the smile in the face it captures the image.
Nowadays, there are a lot of automatic selfie camera systems available in the markets. But our system is a cost-efficient and well-designed latest technology-based device. In this project, we will dive deeper and look at various algorithms that can be used for detecting faces using raspberry pi and OpenCV.
In the existing system, there is a lot of disadvantages which a people need to take selfie manually
- Requires manpower
- Accuracy of output is less
In this proposed system, all old disadvantages get broken by this new Automatic selfie camera. Through Deep Learning Application classifications are more accurately delivered
- No manpower required
- Accuracy of output is increased
- User friendly system
BLOCK DIAGRAM DESCRIPTION
- Raspberry pi acts as the heart of this system
- The camera is interfaced with this raspberry pi for taking a selfie
- Taken selfies are viewed through a monitor which is connected with raspberry pi
- Raspberry Pi
- Power Adapter
- HDMI to VGA converter (optional, when connecting to Monitor)
- Raspbian Jessie
- Python IDE
- SD Card Formatter
- Etcher/Win32 disk imager
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