(X-posted on multiple java help forums spread over the internet, in case it looks familiar (it is rather urgent...))
Me and 2 other people are working on a project for Android. We're making an application that takes a picture, then we need to have a facial recognition to calculate the distance between the eyes and the nose (etc., you get my point). We want to compare the data we get back to the data we have in the database.
The problem though, is that so far, we've only been able to find face detection that we can actually change so that it works for our application. Everything about our project is done, except for the facial recognition, and we've been searching for weeks for something that works.
Apparently, 'faint' is the only free open source one that works, but it has close to no documentation. Any advice on this problem?
Faint.jar may not have any documentation but its not too hard to figure out. Once you've watched the three videos online on how to use the system, you can use a tool online to extract the source code from the jar file (Believe they call it a Java Decompiler). Unfortunately the code wont have comments but after awhile you'll get you're way around and you'll even be able to use the jar file as a lib in your application.