OpenCV is an open-source image processing library that deploys on many platforms, including with C++, python, and mobile apps. Below are some projects developed in part or entirely by Patrick W. Crawford.
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OpenCV Image Processing Projects
This was an early experiment with openCV and C++ to learn basics of thresholding and doing some fundamental filtering to create weird effects.
Experimentation with tracking objects. Using both tracking stickers as well as faces on their own, the code developed detects the size and location of pre-defined items on screen.
This project experiments with processing different cancer tissue cells. The developed code segments tumor areas and generating attributes about those areas. Statics like size and shape categorize the tumor cells. Additionally, the code detects different images of the same tumor.
Processing that tracks multiple bats in the sky at once across as many frames as possible. Individual bats are segmented and tracked individually over consecutive frames.