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Face login system using python

n this article, a fairly simple way is mentioned to implement facial recognition system using Python and OpenCV module along with the explanation of the code step by step in the comments.
Before starting we need to install some libraries in order to implement the code. Below you will see the usage of the library along with the code to install it: 

  • OpenCV:
    OpenCV (Open Source Computer Vision Library) is an open-source computer vision and machine learning software library. which is built to provide a common infrastructure for machine learning algorithms and computer vision. It has thousands of optimized algorithms which can be used different purposes like detecting and recognizing faces, identifying objects and many more. We need it to take pictures using our webcam and some manipulation needed to be done in the image.
    To install the library you need to install pip in your system after that you can follow the steps in command prompt: 
    Step 1: pip install opencv-python 
    Step 2: pip install opencv-contrib-python
  • NumPy: 
    NumPy is the fundamental package for scientific computing in Python which provides a multidimensional array object other mathematical operations can be performed using this but simply speaking we just need it to convert our images into some form of an array so that we can store the model that has been trained.
    To install the library you can type a simple line of code in your command shell: 
    pip install numpy
  • Haar Cascade:
    Haar Cascade is basically a classifier which is used to detect the objects for which it has been trained for, from the source. The result is an XML file which stores the trained result. If said simply the Haar Cascade is trained by superimposing the positive image over a set of negative images. The training requires a high spec system and a good internet connection and thousands of training images that is why it is carried out in the server. For increasing the efficiency of the results they use high-quality images and increase the number of stages for which the classifier is trained. We need haar cascade frontal face recognizer to detect the face from our webcam. 
    To download the haar cascade files of different objects you can go the below link: 
    GitHub: HaarCascades
  • Python GUI (tkinter): 
    Tkinter is a simple GUI module used for implementing fairly simple GUI and helps us to interact with code in a simple way. Though for understanding the code its not important for you to know how it works. 
    If you wanna learn more about Tkinter click the link below 
    Python GUI – tkinter

Code: Python implementing to recognize face using GUI  

  • Python3

importing libraries

import tkinter as tk
from tkinter import Message, Text
import cv2
import os
import shutil
import csv
import numpy as np
from PIL import Image, ImageTk
import pandas as pd
import datetime
import time
import tkinter.ttk as ttk
import tkinter.font as font
from pathlib import Path

window = tk.Tk()
window.title(“Face_Recogniser”)
window.configure(background =’white’)
window.grid_rowconfigure(0, weight = 1)
window.grid_columnconfigure(0, weight = 1)
message = tk.Label(
window, text =”Face-Recognition-System”,
bg =”green”, fg = “white”, width = 50,
height = 3, font = (‘times’, 30, ‘bold’))

message.place(x = 200, y = 20)

lbl = tk.Label(window, text = “No.”,
width = 20, height = 2, fg =”green”,
bg = “white”, font = (‘times’, 15, ‘ bold ‘) )
lbl.place(x = 400, y = 200)

txt = tk.Entry(window,
width = 20, bg =”white”,
fg =”green”, font = (‘times’, 15, ‘ bold ‘))
txt.place(x = 700, y = 215)

lbl2 = tk.Label(window, text =”Name”,
width = 20, fg =”green”, bg =”white”,
height = 2, font =(‘times’, 15, ‘ bold ‘))
lbl2.place(x = 400, y = 300)

txt2 = tk.Entry(window, width = 20,
bg =”white”, fg =”green”,
font = (‘times’, 15, ‘ bold ‘) )
txt2.place(x = 700, y = 315)

The function below is used for checking whether the text below is number or not ?

def is_number(s):
try:
float(s)
return True
except ValueError:
pass

try:
    import unicodedata
    unicodedata.numeric(s)
    return True
except (TypeError, ValueError):
    pass

return False

Take Images is a function used for creating the sample of the images which is used for training the model. It takes 60 Images of every new user.

def TakeImages():

# Both ID and Name is used for recognising the Image
Id =(txt.get())
name =(txt2.get())

# Checking if the ID is numeric and name is Alphabetical
if(is_number(Id) and name.isalpha()):
    # Opening the primary camera if you want to access
    # the secondary camera you can mention the number
    # as 1 inside the parenthesis
    cam = cv2.VideoCapture(0)
    # Specifying the path to haarcascade file
    harcascadePath = "data\haarcascade_frontalface_default.xml"
    # Creating the classier based on the haarcascade file.
    detector = cv2.CascadeClassifier(harcascadePath)
    # Initializing the sample number(No. of images) as 0
    sampleNum = 0
    while(True):
        # Reading the video captures by camera frame by frame
        ret, img = cam.read()
        # Converting the image into grayscale as most of
        # the the processing is done in gray scale format
        gray = cv2.cvtColor(img, cv2.COLOR_BGR2GRAY)

        # It converts the images in different sizes
        # (decreases by 1.3 times) and 5 specifies the
        # number of times scaling happens
        faces = detector.detectMultiScale(gray, 1.3, 5)

        # For creating a rectangle around the image
        for (x, y, w, h) in faces:
            # Specifying the coordinates of the image as well
            # as color and thickness of the rectangle.  
            # incrementing sample number for each image
            cv2.rectangle(img, (x, y), (
                x + w, y + h), (255, 0, 0), 2)
            sampleNum = sampleNum + 1
            # saving the captured face in the dataset folder
            # TrainingImage as the image needs to be trained
            # are saved in this folder
            cv2.imwrite(
                "TrainingImage\ "+name +"."+Id +'.'+ str(
                    sampleNum) + ".jpg", gray[y:y + h, x:x + w])
            # display the frame that has been captured
            # and drawn rectangle around it.
            cv2.imshow('frame', img)
        # wait for 100 milliseconds
        if cv2.waitKey(100) & 0xFF == ord('q'):
            break
        # break if the sample number is more than 60
        elif sampleNum>60:
            break
    # releasing the resources
    cam.release()
    # closing all the windows
    cv2.destroyAllWindows()
    # Displaying message for the user
    res = "Images Saved for ID : " + Id +" Name : "+ name
    # Creating the entry for the user in a csv file
    row = [Id, name]
    with open('UserDetails\UserDetails.csv', 'a+') as csvFile:
        writer = csv.writer(csvFile)
        # Entry of the row in csv file
        writer.writerow(row)
    csvFile.close()
    message.configure(text = res)
else:
    if(is_number(Id)):
        res = "Enter Alphabetical Name"
        message.configure(text = res)
    if(name.isalpha()):
        res = "Enter Numeric Id"
        message.configure(text = res)

Training the images saved in training image folder

def TrainImages():
# Local Binary Pattern Histogram is an Face Recognizer
# algorithm inside OpenCV module used for training the image dataset
recognizer = cv2.face.LBPHFaceRecognizer_create()
# Specifying the path for HaarCascade file
harcascadePath = “data\haarcascade_frontalface_default.xml”
# creating detector for faces
detector = cv2.CascadeClassifier(harcascadePath)
# Saving the detected faces in variables
faces, Id = getImagesAndLabels(“TrainingImage”)
# Saving the trained faces and their respective ID’s
# in a model named as “trainner.yml”.
recognizer.train(faces, np.array(Id))
recognizer.save(“TrainingImageLabel\Trainner.yml”)
# Displaying the message
res = “Image Trained”
message.configure(text = res)

def getImagesAndLabels(path):
# get the path of all the files in the folder
imagePaths =[os.path.join(path, f) for f in os.listdir(path)]
faces =[]
# creating empty ID list
Ids =[]
# now looping through all the image paths and loading the
# Ids and the images saved in the folder
for imagePath in imagePaths:
# loading the image and converting it to gray scale
pilImage = Image.open(imagePath).convert(‘L’)
# Now we are converting the PIL image into numpy array
imageNp = np.array(pilImage, ‘uint8’)
# getting the Id from the image
Id = int(os.path.split(imagePath)[-1].split(“.”)[1])
# extract the face from the training image sample
faces.append(imageNp)
Ids.append(Id)
return faces, Ids

For testing phase

def TrackImages():
recognizer = cv2.face.LBPHFaceRecognizer_create()
# Reading the trained model
recognizer.read(“TrainingImageLabel\Trainner.yml”)
harcascadePath = “data\haarcascade_frontalface_default.xml”
faceCascade = cv2.CascadeClassifier(harcascadePath)
# getting the name from “userdetails.csv”
df = pd.read_csv(“UserDetails\UserDetails.csv”)
cam = cv2.VideoCapture(0)
font = cv2.FONT_HERSHEY_SIMPLEX
while True:
ret, im = cam.read()
gray = cv2.cvtColor(im, cv2.COLOR_BGR2GRAY)
faces = faceCascade.detectMultiScale(gray, 1.2, 5)
for(x, y, w, h) in faces:
cv2.rectangle(im, (x, y), (x + w, y + h), (225, 0, 0), 2)
Id, conf = recognizer.predict(gray[y:y + h, x:x + w])
if(conf < 50): aa = df.loc[df[‘Id’] == Id][‘Name’].values tt = str(Id)+”-“+aa else: Id =’Unknown’ tt = str(Id) if(conf > 75):
noOfFile = len(os.listdir(“ImagesUnknown”))+1
cv2.imwrite(“ImagesUnknown\Image”+
str(noOfFile) + “.jpg”, im[y:y + h, x:x + w])
cv2.putText(im, str(tt), (x, y + h),
font, 1, (255, 255, 255), 2)
cv2.imshow(‘im’, im)
if (cv2.waitKey(1)== ord(‘q’)):
break
cam.release()
cv2.destroyAllWindows()

takeImg = tk.Button(window, text =”Sample”,
command = TakeImages, fg =”white”, bg =”green”,
width = 20, height = 3, activebackground = “Red”,
font =(‘times’, 15, ‘ bold ‘))
takeImg.place(x = 200, y = 500)
trainImg = tk.Button(window, text =”Training”,
command = TrainImages, fg =”white”, bg =”green”,
width = 20, height = 3, activebackground = “Red”,
font =(‘times’, 15, ‘ bold ‘))
trainImg.place(x = 500, y = 500)
trackImg = tk.Button(window, text =”Testing”,
command = TrackImages, fg =”white”, bg =”green”,
width = 20, height = 3, activebackground = “Red”,
font =(‘times’, 15, ‘ bold ‘))
trackImg.place(x = 800, y = 500)
quitWindow = tk.Button(window, text =”Quit”,
command = window.destroy, fg =”white”, bg =”green”,
width = 20, height = 3, activebackground = “Red”,
font =(‘times’, 15, ‘ bold ‘))
quitWindow.place(x = 1100, y = 500)

window.mainloop()

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