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calculating how many times white pixels appear form frame difference

asked 2015-12-06 05:40:43 -0500

tofi gravatar image

Hi

I'm now working on this steps to detect blinks

  1. calculate Frame difference = current frame - previous frame using (cv2.absdiff)

  2. convert the result of Frame difference to binary image (threshold cv2.threshold) and cv2.countNonZero() ) .

  3. Eroding and Dilating (cv2.morphologyEx (openmorphologyEx )

with these steps the result is when the eyes blinks there is white pixels like the image below :

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when the eyes open there is not whote pixels only black output like image below

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Now I want to calculate rate of blinks based on white pixels when eyes blinks . for example a counter that counts

how many these white pixels detected . thanks for help

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answered 2015-12-06 09:53:08 -0500

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You can use countNonZero() which returns an int of how many nonzero pixels are in a frame. To account for noise you could use some kind of minimum score that's required before you count the eyes as present, but just put that in your loop and you'll be set.

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I have used countNonZero() like this :

delta_count = cv2.countNonZero(frame_delta) print delta_count it shows different numbers like : 1151 878 751 891 868 I don't know how to classify them . is there any other ways like contours ?

tofi gravatar imagetofi ( 2015-12-06 10:03:28 -0500 )edit
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