Tagged: OpenCV


Camera Calibration with OpenCV

This post is about distortions and to undistort them and calibrating your camera with matrices. OpenCV has many great weapons in it’s own arsenal one of them is calib3d. My intent is to share a block of code and explain it to you. May be I feed this post with my own repository for you. I’m listing general steps in my own flow: Printing a chessboard image is a must....


Installing OpenCV with Contrib Library for Linux

This post is for you, if you don’t know how to install a library from it’s source As I mentioned in this blog post I’m about to explain how to install OpenCV library with contrib library from it’s source. It’s also a way to install all libraries from newbies. For fresh installed Linux distro like Ubuntu you need to gear up your computer first Firstly, let’s update our computer for...


OpenVINO with QT on Linux

OpenVINO is a toolkit has developed by Intel. It offers to developers “a powerful portfolio of scalable hardware and software solutions”. Summary of short story it’s a bundle of computer vision and deep learning solutions under it’s environment. You can access it’s installation document for Linux distributions via this link. It was painful for me to use OpenVINO’s Open Model Zoo demos with QT. Honestly, the hardest part of development...