SkyBiometry provides a face detection and recognition service and can be used as a drop-in replacement for discontinued face.com API.
The SkyBiometry Face Detection and Recognition API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of the service with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include recognizing and detecting faces in photos and tagging the photos.
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The SkyBiometry iOS SDK by Sergio Martinez allows to interact with the API to implement recognition features into mobile devices. Screenshots display identification of faces that developers can obtain from Facebook and Twitter. Available tagging and WrapperFace framework.
The SkyBiometry PHP SDK by Justas Kranauskas interacts with the API to access recognition data, useful for developers interested to create identity and verification applications. It includes authentication methods and requests.
The SkyBiometry Ruby SDK by Roc Yu allows API interaction to access recognition data. With the SDK, developers can detect faces from URLs, verify face attributes, and identify faces with raw information.
The SkyBiometry Python SDK by Tomaž Muraus allows API interaction to access recognition data. Example available demonstrates how to create a private namespace and recognize Guido Van Rossum, the author of Python language.
The SkyBiometry C# SDK by SkyBiometry is available for download from the main site. With the SDK, developers can integrate recognition, identification, and verification features into web services compatible with .NET Framework 4.0+, Silverlight 4+, and Windows Phone 7.5+
The SkyBiometry Java SDK by Marlon Hendred allows API interaction, providing authentication, requests, and responses to implement recognition features into applications. With the SDK, developers can create web projects to identify and verify users.