In my previous post Configuring Boost::Python and Hello Boost, I have shown how to configure Boost::Python. I have managed to use OpenCV C++ with Python, using Boost::Python. I have been able to load and show an image successfully. OpenCV C++: First, … Continue reading
In my recent blog posts, I have mentioned that python is quite slow and I need to find an option to increase run-time speed of my python port of OpenTLD. I need to extend Python with C++ and hence I … Continue reading
I have been working on George Nebehay’s OpenTLD version to port it to python and it has given me a good amount of exposure to C++ and OpenCV with C++. I must confess that I never thought C++ would be … Continue reading
Install OpenCV 2.4.0 Install OpenCV 2.4.1 Install OpenCV 2.4.2 Install OpenCV 2.4.3 Install OpenCV 2.4.4 Install OpenCV 2.4.5 Remove any installed versions of ffmpeg and x264. Install all the dependencies. Download the latest version ox x264 from x264 snapshots If … Continue reading
To get colored output in terminal, termcolor Using termcolor, one can easily set ANSII Color formatting for output in Terminal using Python. P.S. Excited about tomorrow’s Google Summer of Code – Mumbai meet.
Out of nowhere, I found this out. I thought I was in IPython shell and I did import cv2. A crossbar showed up. So, I moved it around for a while and then clicked. Nothing happened. I did import mftracker. … Continue reading
As my Google Summer of Code 2012 project, I have to port OpenTLD to python using OpenCV and SimpleCV. OpenTLD a.k.a. Predator was first made by Zdenek Kalal in MATLAB. OpenTLD. It is one of the most reliable algorithms to … Continue reading
Work in the first two weeks of my Google Summer of Code had been quite slow. I couldn’t find much time as I was busy with travel and some college stuff. I have finished making a Median Flow Tracker for … Continue reading