It’s been a busy day so I haven’t had time to write this up until now. And come to think of it, because I waited so long, there probably isn’t much I can say that you don’t know already know. You know what? Forget it… is what I would say if I didn’t care so much about Intuiface!
If we’ve done our job, you’ve surely seen by now that yes, we’ve just launched face detection as a no-cost, built-in feature, made possible through our integration with something called the Intel distribution of the OpenVINO toolkit. This toolkit enables applications to emulate human vision by combining what is called a deep learning inference engine with pre-trained models for real-world objects - like faces. Broadly known as “computer vision”, it’s a fascinating example of what’s happening in the world of artificial intelligence and Intuiface is a beneficiary.
The OpenVINO toolkit is open source and freely distributable, enabling us to not only deliver integration but to deliver the actual face detection server that does all the hard work. Using any camera on any Windows PC, this face detection server can identify age range, gender, head pose, dwell time, and emotion. (Yes, even emotion!) This information can be accessed as a conditional for any trigger, making it possible to react to particular demographic and state information about a user, such as displaying particular content or reacting to particular movements.
For example, check out his use of head position and pose to make selections and manipulate environments:
Everything you need to know can be found in our Help Center article, including the link to a sample experience in our Marketplace that has prebuilt some pretty cool interactions triggered by camera-captured information.
Intuiface is the first platform on the market enabling the no-code adoption of computer vision via the OpenVINO toolkit. We thank Intel for their assistance and applaud you for being so lucky to have chosen Intuiface for interactive content creation needs.