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# From Python
# It requires OpenCV installed for Python
import sys
import cv2
import os
from sys import platform
import argparse
# Import Openpose (Windows/Ubuntu/OSX)
dir_path = os.path.dirname(os.path.realpath(__file__))
try:
# Windows Import
if platform == "win32":
# Change these variables to point to the correct folder (Release/x64 etc.)
sys.path.append(dir_path + '/../../python/openpose/Release');
os.environ['PATH'] = os.environ['PATH'] + ';' + dir_path + '/../../x64/Release;' + dir_path + '/../../bin;'
import pyopenpose as op
else:
# Change these variables to point to the correct folder (Release/x64 etc.)
sys.path.append('../../python');
# If you run `make install` (default path is `/usr/local/python` for Ubuntu), you can also access the OpenPose/python module from there. This will install OpenPose and the python library at your desired installation path. Ensure that this is in your python path in order to use it.
# sys.path.append('/usr/local/python')
from openpose import pyopenpose as op
except ImportError as e:
print('Error: OpenPose library could not be found. Did you enable `BUILD_PYTHON` in CMake and have this Python script in the right folder?')
raise e
# Flags
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser()
parser.add_argument("--image_path", default="../../../examples/media/COCO_val2014_000000000192.jpg", help="Process an image. Read all standard formats (jpg, png, bmp, etc.).")
args = parser.parse_known_args()
# Custom Params (refer to include/openpose/flags.hpp for more parameters)
params = dict()
params["model_folder"] = "../../../models/"
params["heatmaps_add_parts"] = True
params["heatmaps_add_bkg"] = True
params["heatmaps_add_PAFs"] = True
params["heatmaps_scale"] = 2
# Add others in path?
for i in range(0, len(args[1])):
curr_item = args[1][i]
if i != len(args[1])-1: next_item = args[1][i+1]
else: next_item = "1"
if "--" in curr_item and "--" in next_item:
key = curr_item.replace('-','')
if key not in params: params[key] = "1"
elif "--" in curr_item and "--" not in next_item:
key = curr_item.replace('-','')
if key not in params: params[key] = next_item
# Construct it from system arguments
# op.init_argv(args[1])
# oppython = op.OpenposePython()
try:
# Starting OpenPose
opWrapper = op.WrapperPython()
opWrapper.configure(params)
opWrapper.start()
# Process Image
datum = op.Datum()
imageToProcess = cv2.imread(args[0].image_path)
datum.cvInputData = imageToProcess
opWrapper.emplaceAndPop([datum])
# Process outputs
outputImageF = (datum.inputNetData[0].copy())[0,:,:,:] + 0.5
outputImageF = cv2.merge([outputImageF[0,:,:], outputImageF[1,:,:], outputImageF[2,:,:]])
outputImageF = (outputImageF*255.).astype(dtype='uint8')
heatmaps = datum.poseHeatMaps.copy()
heatmaps = (heatmaps).astype(dtype='uint8')
# Display Image
counter = 0
while 1:
num_maps = heatmaps.shape[0]
heatmap = heatmaps[counter, :, :].copy()
heatmap = cv2.applyColorMap(heatmap, cv2.COLORMAP_JET)
combined = cv2.addWeighted(outputImageF, 0.5, heatmap, 0.5, 0)
cv2.imshow("OpenPose 1.5.1 - Tutorial Python API", combined)
key = cv2.waitKey(-1)
if key == 27:
break
counter += 1
counter = counter % num_maps
except Exception as e:
# print(e)
sys.exit(-1)
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