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2018-11-23 02:25:14 -0500 edited question Reverse camera angle w/ aruco tracking

Reverse camera angle I have the Aruco tracking working and from cobbling together stuff from various code samples, ended

2018-11-23 02:24:57 -0500 asked a question Reverse camera angle w/ aruco tracking

Reverse camera angle I have the Aruco tracking working and from cobbling together stuff from various code samples, ended

2018-11-21 23:47:16 -0500 commented answer OpenCV + OpenGL: proper camera pose using solvePnP

is the step of multiplying by cvToGl not zeroing out all but 4 values?

2018-11-19 15:38:16 -0500 commented answer Where is Rodrigues in OpenCV.JS?

Posted as a separate question here: http://answers.opencv.org/question/203594/how-to-compile-aruco-and-rodrigues/

2018-11-19 15:37:54 -0500 edited question How to compile Dictionary in Aruco

How to compile Dictionary in Aruco Following up from this question When I follow the instructions at https://github.com

2018-11-19 15:37:41 -0500 edited question How to compile Dictionary in Aruco

How to compile Aruco and Rodrigues Following up from this question When I follow the instructions at https://github.com

2018-11-19 15:31:52 -0500 commented answer Where is Rodrigues in OpenCV.JS?

It was easy enough to add Rodrigues via calib3d - but I just can't seem to get the Dictionary class to turn up... if you

2018-11-19 04:05:21 -0500 asked a question How to compile Dictionary in Aruco

How to compile Aruco and Rodrigues Following up from this question When I follow the instructions at https://github.com

2018-11-18 03:33:35 -0500 commented answer Where is Rodrigues in OpenCV.JS?

The instructions here seem to include some things from calib3d: https://github.com/ganwenyao/opencv_js ... maybe it's po

2018-11-18 03:32:35 -0500 marked best answer Where is Rodrigues in OpenCV.JS?

The build instructions for OpenCV.JS don't seem to include the Rodrigues function... is it buried in there somewhere?

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2018-11-18 03:18:11 -0500 asked a question Where is Rodrigues in OpenCV.JS?

Where is Rodrigues in OpenCV.JS? The build instructions for OpenCV.JS don't seem to include the Rodrigues function... is

2018-11-15 12:27:48 -0500 commented answer Transform 3D object to Aruco marker center

Can you please share the solution? :)

2018-11-15 03:30:51 -0500 commented answer marker to gl-matrix via OpenCV.js

ah okay - I thought maybe there's some other possibility like the 3 values being something other than Euler. The docs on

2018-11-15 03:06:53 -0500 edited question marker to gl-matrix via OpenCV.js

marker to gl-matrix via OpenCV.js Let's assume we get rvecs and tvecs via cv.estimatePoseSingleMarkers() Then going thr

2018-11-15 03:06:34 -0500 edited question marker to gl-matrix via OpenCV.js

marker to gl-matrix via OpenCV.js Let's assume we get rvecs and tvecs via cv.estimatePoseSingleMarkers() Then going thr

2018-11-15 03:06:01 -0500 commented answer marker to gl-matrix via OpenCV.js

oh but that's the question. edited to make that clearer

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2018-11-15 03:05:47 -0500 edited question marker to gl-matrix via OpenCV.js

marker to gl-matrix via OpenCV.js Let's assume we get rvecs and tvecs via cv.estimatePoseSingleMarkers() Then going thr

2018-11-15 02:42:17 -0500 commented answer marker to gl-matrix via OpenCV.js

Cool! So the vector I get from cv.estimatePoseSingleMarkers() is in euler radians?

2018-11-15 02:35:15 -0500 commented answer marker to gl-matrix via OpenCV.js

is a Rodrigues vector the same as Euler? If so - why is it called "Rodrigues" ? (wanted to upvote your answer in the mea

2018-11-15 02:34:55 -0500 commented answer marker to gl-matrix via OpenCV.js

is a Rodrigues vector the same as Euler? If so - why is it called "Rodrigues" ?

2018-11-14 18:06:28 -0500 asked a question marker to gl-matrix via OpenCV.js

marker to gl-matrix via OpenCV.js Let's assume we get rvecs and tvecs via cv.estimatePoseSingleMarkers() Then going thr