Michael Parra – Update 5

I will be working more closesly to the Verilog Skin Detection Algorithm first…
So far what I know is that we need to use the RGB to YCrCb. We can also use the extended If statement that I wrote about in probably week 4 or 3. So in order to do this we will need the RGB to YCrCB converter for Verilog. We can use an implementation found on :


http://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/application_notes/xapp930.pdf

or

http://www.xilinx.com/support/documentation/ip_documentation/v_rgb2ycrcb/v7_1/pg013_v_rgb2ycrcb.pdf

(For Skyler). So from here what we need to use is the CR and the CB images. Then from here we can more easily detect for skin. by using another if statement with certain thresh holds.

From here we will need to run another algorithm to search for skin tones.

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