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FaceSwap Documentation

FaceSwap is used to demonstrate the critical role cloudlets play in shortening end-to-end latency for computation offloading mobile applications.

FaceSwap demo consists of a front-end Android client and a back-end server performing.

Demo Video

Demo Video

FaceSwap Android Client

FaceSwap Android client is available on Google Play:

Get it on Google Play

You can also directly download the apk here. To install this apk directly through adb, follow this guide.

FaceSwap Server Setup

Use Pre-Packaged Images

Cloudlet Setup

The FaceSwap server is wrapped into a qcow2 virtual machine disk image.

  • If your virtual machine has AVX instruction support, use this image.
  • If your virtual machine doesn't have AVX instruction support, use this image.

Intel microarchitecture SandyBridge and newer microarchitectures have support for AVX. If you are not sure, run following command in your vm

  cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep avx

If you see outputs with highlighted avx, your machine has AVX support. Otherwise, it doesn't.

Method 1 OpenStack:
  1. Import the qcow2 image into a running OpenStack following this guide.
  2. Launch that instance. FaceSwap server will automatically launch at start-up time.
  3. After the instance has fully booted up, connect FaceSwap client to it for use. (see User Guide)
Method 2 KVM/QEMU

You can also directly create a virtual machine from the qcow2 image using KVM/QEMU.

  1. For ubuntu, you can install KVM/QEMU following here.

  2. Modify correct domain XML file below to point to the downloaded path of your image. For instance, if the downloaded faceswap-server-release.qcow is at /home/junjuew/faceswap-server-release.qcow. Then the xml file should be modified into:

       ...
       <disk type='file' device='disk'>
        <driver name='qemu' type='qcow2'/>
        <source file='/home/junjuew/faceswap-setup/faceswap-server-release.qcow'/>
        <target dev='vda' bus='virtio'/>
       </disk>
       ...
    
  3. Launch the virtual machine:

     sudo virsh create faceswap-server.xml    
    
  4. The cloudlet image takes a bit longer to be fully booted up and initialized. You can monitor whether the virtual machine has fully booted up by checking whether you've arrived at log-in shell through virt-manager console.

  5. Connect FaceSwap client to it for use. (see User Guide).

Cloud Setup

  1. Find FaceSwap Android server disk image on Amazon EC2 Oregon/Ireland. The AMI ID in EC2 Oregon is ami-31c43351. The AMI ID in EC2 Ireland is ami-b0abc7c3. The AMI name is FaceSwap-server-release.
  2. Create an instance from the AMI. The recommended EC2 instance types are m4.large, m4.xlarge, and more powerful ones.
  3. Configure security group associated with that instance to open port 9098, 9101 for inbound TCP traffic.
  4. Launch that instance. FaceSwap server will automatically launch at start-up time.
  5. After the instance has fully booted up, connect FaceSwap client to it for use. (see User Guide)

Access Disk Image Content

If you want to customize the content of the image, the default username:password is faceswap-admin:faceswap-admin. Password-based ssh in Cloudlet images are by default turned on. You're advised to change the password as soon as you gain access.

The log file of FaceSwap is at /var/log/FaceSwap.log

By Hand

These instructions are based on ubuntu 14.04.

  1. Install OpenFace and its dependency by hand. See guide

  2. Download this Gabriel release. Install its dependency and gabriel:

         sudo apt-get install -y gcc python-dev default-jre python-pip pssh python-psutil &&
         sudo pip install \
                 Flask==0.9 \
                 Flask-RESTful \
                 Jinja2==2.8 \
                 MarkupSafe==0.23 \
                 pycrypto \
                 six \
                 Werkzeug==0.11.10 &&
         wget https://github.com/cmusatyalab/gabriel/archive/mobisys2016submission.zip &&
         sudo apt-get install -y unzip &&
         unzip mobisys2016submission.zip &&
         cd gabriel-mobisys2016submission &&
         sudo python setup.py install            
    
  3. Download FaceSwap source code. Install its dependency and start it by invoking server/start_demo

         mkdir faceswap &&
         cd faceswap &&
         wget https://github.com/cmusatyalab/faceswap/archive/v1.0.zip &&
         unzip v1.0.zip &&
         cd ./faceswap-1.0/server/ &&
         sudo pip install \
           websocket-client==0.35.0 \
           autobahn==0.10.4 \
           imagehash==1.0 \
           twisted==15.2.1 \
           scipy==0.14 \
           scikit-learn==0.17 \
           protobuf==2.5 &&
         ./start_demo
    

If you didn't install Torch at ~/torch, please edit server/start_demo.sh to source torch-activate at your installed location at line 6.

  1. To stop demo use server/kill_demo.sh

Source Code

The source code is available here.

Hardware Requirements

The recommended FaceSwap server should have 4 core and 8GM RAM.

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