DROWSINESS DETECTION SYSTEM USING MACHINE LEARNING
When driving long distances, drivers who do not take frequent rests are more likely to get sleepy, a condition that experts say they often fail to identify early enough. Based on eye condition, this research proposes a system for detecting driver sleepiness in real time. A camera is often used to take a sequence of images by the system. In our system, these capture images may be saved as individual frames. The resulting frame is sent into facial recognition software as an input. The image's needed feature (eye) is then extracted. The method creates a condition for each eye and suggests a certain number of frames with the same condition that can be registered.