Raspberry Pi enthusiasts interested in creating their very own face recognition system using a Raspberry Pi 3 combined with the Raspberry Pi camera module and a Seeed Grove Relay, Seeed LTE Cat 1 Pi HAT (Europe) and finished with a 5 inch HDMI display complete with USB touchscreen. May be interested in the Raspberry Pi facial recognition system and smart lock with LTE Pi HAT created by the team at Seeed and published to the Hackster.io website.
“In this project, we plan to take pictures with picamera and recognise faces in them, then display recognition result in the screen. If faces known, open the door, and send who opened the door to specified phone number via SMS.
So you need to connect a camera to Raspberry Pi’s camera interface, and install antenna and Grove – Relay to LTE Pi hat, then plug HAT to your Pi. Screen can be connected to Raspberry Pi via a HDMI cable, don’t forget connect power to your screen and Pi.”
For more details, code and full instructions on how to create your very own jump over to the official Hackster.io website and project page by following the link below.
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