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Using OpenCV and Python on the Raspberry Pi for simple object detection UPDATE

I recently wrote about detecting blue objects. Now that I have refined the code somewhat I am going to show how detect a round blue object and post the full source at the end. Most of it is the same … Continue reading

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Using OpenCV and Python on the Raspberry Pi for simple object detection

I wrote some time ago about the robot which task it is to find a blue ball and move to it. In this post I will give a little bit more information on how it detects the blue ball. The … Continue reading

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Why you should blur an image before processing it using OpenCV and Python

If you start playing around with computer vision there are a couple of surprises waiting. One of them, for me at least, was how bad computers are at finding shapes in noisy images and, in contrast to that, how good … Continue reading

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