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Day 3g

My current goal is to optimize the code as much as I can. There are also improvements to be made to my counter.

To begin with, I am trying to get rid of as many things in the code which unnecessarily make the program run slower. 563 more words

Artificial Intelligence

Day 33 - Doing some Testing

Part of the morning was used to discuss the paper report we need to write by the end of the summer. Then, I went back to my code. 290 more words

Computer Science Research

OpenCV Camera Calibration and Pose Estimation using Python

Wouldn’t it be fine and dandy to add augmented reality to a Lego scene. You say No, but stick with me on this.

Before we get going though, we need to calibrate our webcam and prove some basic 3D effects. 908 more words


Introduction to Support Vector Machines OpenCV 3.0.0 Example (Working version)

Following is the slightly modified version of the example for “Introduction to Support Vector Machines” that is working with OpenCV v.3.0.0 (Current version on OpenCV website only works with version 2.4.X) 275 more words


Day 32 - Improving Performance and Fixing Counter

The last two days have been spent on an attempt to improve the accuracy of the vehicle counter. Additionally, since the Raspberry Pi cannot handle images of 320×240 in real time for the applications I wrote, I wanted to look at all the places where I could reduce unnecessary calculations for the CPU. 717 more words

Computer Science Research

Differences between sending cv::Mat, const cv::Mat, const cv::Mat& or cv::Mat& as arguments to a function

  1. cv::Mat Input: pass a copy of Input‘s header, its header will not be changed after this function, but can be changed within the function.
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Intersection and Union of Two Rectangles using OpenCV

Getting involved in computer vision project requires me to make myself familiar with OpenCV. And today, I’ve just withnessed one of its powerful functions which is related to two-dimensional rectangle operation. 365 more words

Technology And Science