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I am working on a computer vision project, based on face detection to record the time spent by a person in an office.

It consists of detecting the face by camera number 1 (input), temporarily storing the detected face, calculating the time spent until this same person leaves and his face is detected by camera number 2. (We don't have a customer database).

Is there a better approach to follow? I would also appreciate articles to read on the topic.

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  • $\begingroup$ Could you please put your main specific question in the title? "Face recognition..." does not end with ?, so it's not a question. Moreover, the title doesn't seem to describe your actual problem. You actually have 2 cameras, so not just "from a single image". $\endgroup$ – nbro Mar 4 at 11:37
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Matching 2 image of the same person can be done by help of "Siamese Neural network". Here they compare feature of 2 images and if 2 features distance are very close then it's a match. Good thing about this is you do not need person face to match in database. You can use pre-trained network like deepface and use it to compare. However, I guess you will have more trouble connecting real time camera input. As you have to store camera 1 input so that it can be used later for comparison with camera 2 images.

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