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Do you know any valuable resource/books that can help me create a GUI for Raspberry Pi 3B face recognition systems?

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Jace0299
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Good day! It seems like there is a limited and insufficient number of references in the internet that can help me create a GUI for Raspberry Pi face recognition system/s. I need to learn to be able to program a user interface that enables the user to add/remove authorized users to the database and record entry logs.

I would like to kindly ask if any of you can recommend any references/guidebooks that can aid me in designing a GUI like what's mentioned above?


   
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@jace0299 How much time do you have, when is the project due? Why not look at the various distros for Pi and use the distro with the most programmable graphics front end. It's been decades since I needed to do something like that so my experience is dated.

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Posted by: @jace0299

create a GUI for Raspberry Pi face recognition system/s

Are you working with an existing face recognition system? If so, what software are you using, and how do you currently manage the database and logs?

As with @zander my GUI-building days are ancient history, and my experience was with Microsoft Windows. You can probably call up a number of GUI libraries using Python, which is what you'll likely be using, as it's the Pi's native coding language.

These days when I need a GUI my first impulse is to use a web-based design, but that may not be applicable in your situation.

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Posted by: @jace0299

Good day! It seems like there is a limited and insufficient number of references in the internet that can help me create a GUI for Raspberry Pi face recognition system/s. I need to learn to be able to program a user interface that enables the user to add/remove authorized users to the database and record entry logs.

I would like to kindly ask if any of you can recommend any references/guidebooks that can aid me in designing a GUI like what's mentioned above?

Mmmm.  I found a lot of sources on the internet with a quick search?  My assumption here is you need to learn to program first?  Python would be a good choice as it is most commonly used with various Rpi projects.  There is OpenCV for facial recognition, probably libraries for a GUI and a data base so you don't have to write code from the ground up.

https://community.element14.com/products/raspberry-pi/b/blog/posts/raspberry-pi-facial-recognition

 

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Posted by: @jace0299

Good day! It seems like there is a limited and insufficient number of references in the internet that can help me create a GUI for Raspberry Pi face recognition system/s. I need to learn to be able to program a user interface that enables the user to add/remove authorized users to the database and record entry logs.

I would like to kindly ask if any of you can recommend any references/guidebooks that can aid me in designing a GUI like what's mentioned above?

If you're working with RPI, python has a nice built in GUI library called: "Tkinter", and there are heaps of documented tutorials online, as well as many YouTube videos using it with OpenCV (computer vision software), and even working with databases - A google search on this will land you thousands of hours of tutorial material.

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