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OpenCV is a real-time computer vision library originally developed by Intel. The library is cross-platform and free for use under the Apache 2 License.

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How do I normalize all pixel values such that all pixel values are 'pulled towards' the mean?

Originally asked in Graphic Design site here (but I don't know how to 'move' a question to another site) Credit to this guy: Python Tutorials for Digital Humanities - I followed a lot of his ideas, ...
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Video Stitching 3m between cameras

So, at this point, I'm not sure if this is a programming or a physics problem! I'm attempting to concatinate 2 video inputs together to cover a wider field of view. As far as I can tell, this is ...
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Camera Perspective of 2D X/Y Plane

I'll start with the coordinate system I'm trying to use: If I were standing on the ground, facing north, the x axis is a line moving from the west to the east (positive X is east). Positive y is ...
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3D head mesh morphing from one mesh into another using coding

I have 2 3D head images and want to morph one into the other (animation) without using blender etc. I want to do it using coding preferably using C++, C# or python(libraries are ok). I have done 2D ...
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Calculate the position and rotation of a quad in 3d space given a 2d projection of that quad from a camera

I am trying to build a VR tracking system with a laptop webcam, and I have succeeded in identifying, and tracking paper markers I put in front of my webcam. For context I am using OpenCV with the ...
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Sensor size of Sony HDR-HC7e

I want to motion track a shot from my Sony HDR-HC7e camcorder and I am not quite sure about the horizontal sensor size(width). I set the focal length to minimum and the recording to HDV 16:9 This ...
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