The Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services Face API offers cloud based human face recognition. Its main functionalities include face verification, similar face searching, automatic face grouping, and person identification. Currently, a free plan that limits calls to 30,000 transactions per month is available, and a paid option is available as well. The Face API uses JSON format for data exchange, and API Keys for authentication.
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The Windows IOT Facial Recognition Door C# Sample Code by Microsoft demonstrates how to integrate facial recognition into the internet of things projects for home automation purposes. Developers will work with Raspberry Pi, a webcam, and internet connection to create a door that unlocks with facial recognition.
The Microsoft Face iOS Sample Code by Microsoft demonstrates how to integrate sentiment analysis based on facial expressions. With code as a resource, developers can detect, verify, and identify faces.
The Microsoft Graph Face API Swift Sample Code by Microsoft shows how the Microsoft Graph API works with theMicrosoft Cognitive Services Face API to implement image recognition concepts using iOS apps written in Swift language. A developer must have Xcodev7.3.1, install a CocoaPods dependency manager, and have a Microsoft account to be able to deploy the sample code.