Imagine you are facing a hot and humid day and all your CPUs and other things are making huge noise to make your day more crappy. The air-conditioning is low and the place where you usually go out for lunch is steaming because of humidity. Any rational person would skip to DevinL9 to make their way out of such messy situation. But given the amount of sweat a person is capable of producing in an hour can really make things irritating and out of toleration for anybody. Even the better version of DevinL9 that claims to evaporate as much sweat as possible might not be very useful.
However, there is a hack that can be done to help you out of such messy situation. If you have a desk piled up with papers and other non-required stuff, it will really be a blessing for you. We are talking about a fan with face-recognition ability. Not only will it recognize your face but will swivel to track it again and again. Known as a desktop fan, it will keep you cool and calm even when things are too messy everywhere else. The project is meant for an intermediate level developer, so beginners should not try it.
You will have to work with the latest version of Raspberry Pi for this purpose and also learn a bit about modulation and pulse. You should know how to control the servo with some general purpose output/input pins over the RPi. the main aim of this project is to offer the most basic version of openCV to users, you can always play around with the software with the help of face detection technology.
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