Delaunay Triangulation for Face swapping – Opencv with Python (part 2)
by Sergio Canu
Face swapping, Tutorials
We’re going to see in this tutorial how to split the face into triangles using Delaunay Triangulation.
Why are we splitting the face into triangles?
For face swapping this is the best approach to use, we split both the faces into triangles and then we swap the triangles in the corrispondent region.
# Delaunay triangulation rect = cv2.boundingRect(convexhull) subdiv = cv2.Subdiv2D(rect) subdiv.insert(landmarks_points) triangles = subdiv.getTriangleList() triangles = np.array(triangles, dtype=np.int32) for t in triangles: pt1 = (t, t) pt2 = (t, t) pt3 = (t, t) cv2.line(img, pt1, pt2, (0, 0, 255), 2) cv2.line(img, pt2, pt3, (0, 0, 255), 2) cv2.line(img, pt1, pt3, (0, 0, 255), 2)
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