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o I calculate the measurements of a hand using scikit-image?

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I am trying my hand at image processing and my goal is to output the measurement
s of a human hand given an image of a human hand as the input. My current though
t process is to include a quarter in the image to provide a reference value. The
refore, my input looks like this:
I am currently using scikit-image for image processing, and my code looks like t
import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import matplotlib.patches as mpatches
from skimage import data
from skimage.filter import threshold_otsu
from skimage.segmentation import clear_border
from skimage.morphology import label, closing, square
from skimage.measure import regionprops
from skimage.color import label2rgb
from skimage import io, color

#image = data.coins()[50:-50, 50:-50]

filename = io.imread("hand2.JPG")
image = color.rgb2gray(filename)
# apply threshold
thresh = threshold_otsu(image)
bw = closing(image > thresh, square(3))
# remove artifacts connected to image border
cleared = bw.copy()
# label image regions
label_image = label(cleared)
borders = np.logical_xor(bw, cleared)
label_image[borders] = -1
image_label_overlay = label2rgb(label_image, image=image)
fig, ax = plt.subplots(ncols=1, nrows=1, figsize=(12, 12))
for region in regionprops(label_image):
# skip small images
if region.area < 1000:
print "Perimeter: "
print region.perimeter
print "Area: "
print region.area
print ""
# draw rectangle around segments
minr, minc, maxr, maxc = region.bbox
rect = mpatches.Rectangle((minc, minr), maxc - minc, maxr - minr,
fill=False, edgecolor='red', linewidth=2)
I am able to segment my image into regions, but I don't know how to convert my h
and segment into measurements for the individual fingers and width of the hand.
I think I'm close, I just don't quite know how to proceed!
EDIT: Maybe I should be using opencv for this?
python image opencv image-processing scikit-image
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edited Jan 12 '15 at 21:00
asked Jan 12 '15 at 20:25
Joel Brewer
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It wasn't clear exactly what you wanted as output, but here is my best guess. I
used the SLIC segmentation algorithm to identify regions in the image. Based on
their region properties (area), I choose the largest two (hand and coin) and dis
play them, along with their principal axes.
Output of hand/coin segmentation
import numpy as np
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import math
from skimage import io, segmentation, measure, color
image = io.imread("hand2.JPG")
label_image = segmentation.slic(image, n_segments=2)
label_image = measure.label(label_image)
regions = measure.regionprops(label_image)
areas = [r.area for r in regions]
ix = np.argsort(areas)
hand = regions[ix[-1]]
coin = regions[ix[-2]]
selected_labels = np.zeros_like(image[..., 0], dtype=np.uint8)
fig, ax = plt.subplots(ncols=1, nrows=1, figsize=(12, 12))
for n, region in enumerate([hand, coin]):
selected_labels[region.coords[:, 0], region.coords[:, 1]] = n + 2
y0, x0 = region.centroid
orientation = region.orientation
x1 = x0 + math.cos(orientation) * 0.5 * region.major_axis_length
y1 = y0 - math.sin(orientation) * 0.5 * region.major_axis_length
x2 = x0 - math.sin(orientation) * 0.5 * region.minor_axis_length
y2 = y0 - math.cos(orientation) * 0.5 * region.minor_axis_length
ax.plot((x0, x1), (y0, y1), '-r', linewidth=2.5)
ax.plot((x0, x2), (y0, y2), '-r', linewidth=2.5)
ax.plot(x0, y0, '.g', markersize=15)
image_label_overlay = color.label2rgb(selected_labels, image=image, bg_label=0)
ax.imshow(image_label_overlay, cmap='gray')