Face++ is a facial recognition and detection service that provides detection, recognition and analysis for use in applications. The Face++ API provides the detection and analysis of facials including two subsets of 23, and 81 points, as well as, age, gender, glasses, race, and others. The API uses REST calls and returns JSON, an account is required with services. Users can make calls to train the program, detect faces, recognize faces, group faces, manipulate people, create face sets, create groups, and get info.
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The Face++ Python SDK by Face++ works like an interactive command to experiment with the APIs. Functions of the API include recognition features in real-time with the goal to provide accuracy. Kai Jia, student from Tsinghua University in China, authored this project on GitHub.
The Face++ Android SDK by Face++ was created with the aim to interact with the API capabilities of face recognition in real time. Thinking in developers who prefer to work with Java language, this kit offers installation instructions to download .jar and add the file to the Java project. In addition, guides to import package, call FaceAppAPI, get value, and debug are available on GitHub.