Computer Vision is a field that concentrates on processes that allow computers to analyse real-world inputs, such as images, and process them into decisions that could be made in the real-world.

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multiple color blob detection/tracking [closed]

I saw some image detection on the raspberry ( but the frame rate was terrible around 5fps ) - perhabs that because of the large raspbian os (3gb i think). maybe faster (if possible on riscos/freertos) ...
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Rapberry pi camera module vs usb camera [closed]

Is it good to use raspberry pi camera module for serious computer vision project using video or is it okay to use a usb webcam?
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Stereo camera frame synchronization/genlock (video or still image)

I need to frame synchronize a stereo camera for a computer vision application. The synchronization should be on a millisecond level possibly. I would like to get about 10 FPS either as video or still ...
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Logging faces with OpenCV

I'm pretty new to OpenCV. Basically I want my RPi to do facial recognition with OpenCV and then log (save only the face as a picture) and store it in a database. How would I achieve this? I also want ...
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Image Recognition Raspberry Pi

I'd like to distinguish different types of beers in my fridge using a Raspberry Pi. I saw a very good tutorial on Adafruit that utilized OpenCV for face recognition. Can these same face recognition ...
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Raspberry Pi FRC Vision Application

With the amount of ram present on a Raspberry Pi, do you think it is possible to use one for a basic vision processing challenge, consisting of a hsv mask and a score of particles to check the masked ...
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Reading video from camera (Kinect if possible)

I am starting up a project that will require Computer Vision to be used on the Raspberry Pi. I am relatively familiar with OpenCV and am aware that it can be installed successfully on a Raspberry Pi ...
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Can I use OpenCV?

While the Raspberry Pi is not exactly a powerhouse, it should be capable of doing some OpenCV image or video processing. Has anyone tried to install it?