I've been doing some research on the web about implementing FAST detection into my application, but I can't seem to find any examples on it that use the OpenCV Library 2.4.x and the OpenCV manager.
The only examples I found all use the JNI with C++ code. Do I have to use the JNI as well for my further detection (It needs to detect rectangles, Canny, Dilate/erosion, FAST), or can I use the OpenCV Library to do all of this? And if so, where can a good example using FAST with the OpenCV Library be found?
OpenCV has implementations for all functions, that you want: Canny, erode, dilate. All of them are wrapped to Java with the same module names and function names. See Javadoc for details. There is several samples of using OpenCV from C++ and Java in OpenCV4Android SDK. So, programming language is your choice.
You can use FAST algorithm implementation in different ways. There is FAST detector as C++ function, as C++ class, that implements common detector interface and its Java wrapper. So you can use it in both ways in Java and C++ jni code.
Asked: 2013-03-06 18:59:41 -0500
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Last updated: Mar 07 '13