KeyLemon launches its new KeyLemonFaceSDK
We recently released a new version of our SDK introducing a capture library, a direct download of KeyLemonFaceSDK for Windows and Mac and a compiled SDK performance testing tool. Finally, take a look at what can be done with our SDK on Android and iPhone
Video capture library
KeyLemon is now introducing the capture from a Windows video acquisition device. This is a second library made as a wrapper around the standard KeyLemonFaceSDK. Some C code examples illustrate how to make a face model, verify or identify the identity and detect liveliness (anti-spoofing method) by counting the eye-blinks.
Easy and fast SDK performance evaluation
Testing on Windows and Mac is now automated, just fill the SDK license request and instantly get a 30-day trial license per e-mail with a download link. The SDK archive contains a small pre-compiled utility that you can use to evaluate the algorithm performance. This tool performs face detection, face model creation, face recognition and face identification
KeyLemonFaceSDK use cases : Android and iPhone
KeyLemon uses its SDK to develop some applications. You can have a look at what is possible to do with our KeyLemonFaceSDK on android and iPhone. The Android app takes a picture each time you unlock your device and append the photos to do a face evolution movie if you’re recognized. If someone else unlocks you device, the photo is taken and the GPS coordinates are saved. On iPhone, the app allows you to access some sites (Facebook, Gmail…) without having to enter your credentials, just by looking at the device. The hijackers are also saved with the GPS position.