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Open CV

(OPEN Source Computer Vision) A library of real-time computer vision routines from Intel. First released in 2000, Open CV code is used in applications such as object, face and gesture recognition, lip reading and motion tracking.
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OpenCV is a library used by countless Android apps, and each app may use a different version of the library.
Software based on OpenGL and OpenCV programming libraries and is written in a C++ language.
The vision algorithm and the follow-me behavior is implemented on a personal computer using OpenCV.
A few teams use existing software libraries such as CMVISION, OPENCV, or commercial products.
Simulation has been executed using OpenCV and MATLAB.
We utilized the OpenCV inadequate stream capacity to compute the optical stream and to ascertain the focuses to track in the stream we utilized a capacity which discovered the solid corners in the edge utilizing the Shi and Tomasi strategy.
9] Daniel Lelis Baggio, Shervin Emami, David Millan Escriva, Khvedchenia Ievgen, Naureen Mahmood, Jasonl Saragih, Roy Shilkrot, "Mastering OpenCV with Practical Computer Vision Projects" ISBN-10: 1849517827 - 3 December 2012.
The interface for interacting with VRE was programmed using specific modules for image processing from the OpenCV library and virtual reality modules from the OpenGL library.
First, the camera calibration is done offline using the Intel open source computer vision library OpenCV.
Combined with face detection algorithms from Intel's OpenCV computer vision library, Audio Visual Speech Recognition (AVSR) software enables computers to detect a speaker's face and track their mouth movements.
The programs of image processing and algorithm involve open source libraries of Opencv and OpenNI.
Numerous Imagination partners will also participate in the Technology Showcase, including Luxoft who will leverage a PowerVR based platform to demonstrate the performance benefits of running OpenCV (Open Source Computer Vision) applications on a GPU.