In this paper we investigate the latest vision-based method for systolic blood pressure (SBP) and diastolic blood pressure (DBP) measurement. However, constantly blood pressure supervision needs sufficient medical equipment and may require the potential patients to tie a cuff, which is extremely inconvenient for them. What's more, continuously blood pressure measuring requires the patients to stay in the hospital and professional personnel to stand by. From the research before, we have learned that photoplethysmography (PPG) can be used to measure the blood pressure, which is known as cuffless blood pressure measurement. However, for the neonate and patients with empyrosis, photoplethysmography measuring device is still less practical and restricted in use due to the necessary contact for it to measure the systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Certain level of discomfort is still unavoidable with the use of PPG. We thus focus on remote PPG (rPPG); with green red difference (GRD) and Euler video magnification (EVM) and finite impulse response (FIR) bandpass filters, we are able to recover PPG signals from remote photoplethysmography. We propose a feature extraction measuring methods which yields a root mean square error for SBP as 11.22 mmHg and 7.83 mmHg for pulse pressure (PP) combined with the ANN model. For comparison, we've also used K nearest neighbor (KNN) and deep belief network-deep neural network (DBN-DNN).