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Introducing Smart Mirror AI
Build your own home Raspberry Pi powered surveillance IoT camera with Face recognition, access your live feed for any device.
SMAI Face Detection
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SMAI Installation Guide
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Create profiles to personalise your Mirror preferences
What You’ll need
Introducing Smart Mirror AI (SMAI). The very first interactive personalized integrated interface.
With SMAI, you can now keep track of your daily tasks, control your home appliances through its touch interface. With its facial recognition, you can now load up your personalized information – ranging from your daily commute to your daily health goals.
The application is endless. Devices and industries are getting smarter, It’s time to bring our households into the future.
Face Detection Module
Simply stand in front of your camera module enabled Magic Mirror and trigger any event e.g lights.
Smart Mirror Part List
Raspberry Pi 4 Model B (2GB +)
Raspberry Pi Camera
Micro HDMI Cable
Try out the Smart Mirror AI (Beta) face detection module. It’s as simple as downloading the image and writing to your SD card for your Raspberry Pi 4.
Smart Mirror AI Beta (1.0) includes:
Pre-requisites: This beta only supports Raspberry Pi 4.
Visit the smart mirror Github repo, on how to add your face your Magic Mirror
Face Recognition Module:
1) Note: Ensure you have a Raspberry Pi Camera Module attached to the Pi – and enabled via sudo raspi-config.
On start-up: The Face Detection model would automatically run on start without Keyboard input(Use CTRL + M to minimise mirror interface)
As this module is still under development, we recommend not updating the face recognition module if you’re downloading the beta face recognition image.
2) Changing your profile:
- The beta version of this module is restricted to only 1 user.
Go into the directory (preferably via GUI)
Replace the two .png with your face.Whilst keeping the same naming format.
Using the below naming convention.
- -id.png e.g Tony-id.png – The is what would be displayed on the display, being Tony.
Watch your faceID pop up on display every-time you’re detected. Using this you could build your
3) Removing Python Face recognition autostart:
Multiple scripts accessing the camera would result in this error:
picamera.exc.PiCameraMMALError: Camera component couldn't be enabled: Out of resources (other than memory)
In order to deactivate the autostart of face-recognition-SMAI.py (in LXTerminal at boot).
Go to the Pi directory, Right-click, show hidden files, and open up .bashrc
sudo nano /home/pi/.bashrc
Remove the line at the bottom. This is what autostarts at boot:
sudo python3 /home/pi/dlib/build/face_recognition/examples/MMM-Face-Recognition-SMAI.py