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OpenCV with android

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OpenCV with android

  1. 1. What is OpenCV0 Introduction about openCV.0 Its development history and usage.0 The capabilities of openCV.0 Sample end applications of openCV
  2. 2. Image Processing0 Image processing fundamentals.0 How images are stored in OpenCV0 Basic image processing theory.0 How to design an Image processing based application.
  3. 3. Setting up Eclipse for OpenCV0 Installing NDK along with the android SDK.0 Adding the openCV libraries to a project.0 How to compile a new project with openCV support.
  4. 4. Basic OpenCV0 Applying OpenCV on an image loaded from the android devices SD card.0 Image processing algorithm that can be performed on a static image already present on the computer.0 How to take a picture with android intent system and directly performing some algorthim on the result.
  5. 5. Real Time OpenCV0 How to connect to the devices camera and obtain real time video streams.0 Displaying this stream with a surfaceView on the android device.0 Studying methods of overlaying layers and views on top of the real time video stream.
  6. 6. OpenCV applications0 Performing simple image processing techniques on a real time video stream.0 Studying face detecting tecqniques with a Haar classifier.0 Manipulating the video feed for advanced applications.0 Color detection using a touch event to detect area.

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