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Today we share with you an interview with Jan Erik Solem, author of the book “Programming Computer Vision with Python”. Jan also works at Apple doing computer vision. How …
Version 2.4.2 of OpenCV from all platforms is available:
The Open Computer Vision Library (OpenCV) version 2.4.0 for Unix and Windows has been released:
Linux Download Open Computer Vision Library.
Windows Download Open Computer Vision Library
At the Paranoid Android blog Jay Rambhia has published two tutorials showing how to integrate OpenCV with pygtk:
Integrating OpenCV with pygtk.
OpenCV with pygtk
The series is worth following.
Open Computer Vision Library version 2.4.0 for Android has been released:
Open Computer Vision Library – Browse /opencv-android/2.4.0 at SourceForge.net.
It seems that installing OpenCV with Processing in Windows 7 is a little challenging. At the Robottini blog (Little Robots with Arduino) there is a tutorial explaining how to …
The Open Computer Vision Library team have released version 2.4 beta:
Open Computer Vision Library – Browse /opencv-win/2.4.0 at SourceForge.net.
Also there is a new site for OpenCV developers and a …
The ninetynine.be blog has published a guide to set up OpenCV 2.3.1 and Netbeans 7.1 on Ubuntu Oneiric 11.10: Setting up OpenCV 2.3.1 and Netbeans 7.1 on Ubuntu 11.10 …
Basically, the webcam sends video frames to OpenCV running on a Windows PC. If OpenCV detects a face it will track it and calculate its center’s X,Y coordinates. The …
OpenCV version 2.3.1 for the Android platform is available: Open Computer Vision Library – Browse /opencv-android/2.3.1 at SourceForge.net.