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Structured_light Sinusoidal

asked 2017-08-15 14:29:59 -0500

pettaa gravatar image

I want to learn programming Python on a 3D-Scanning project. Im using Win10 64. I want to try opencv contrib structured_light sinusoidal pattern. But in Python version https://pypi.python.org/pypi/opencv-c... , which i installed this one don't exist, at least in my oppinion. It does exist in the original C++ Version. Any suggestions? compile it by myself? I dont find any useful documentation about contrib and or structured_light

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answered 2017-08-16 03:30:35 -0500

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unfortunately, you can only use cv2.structured_light.GrayCodePattern_create() for now.

the sinusodial variant needs a Params struct in c++, which cannot be easily wrapped into python, thus the class is omitted.

(so, building from src locally won't help)

((and yea, kudos to the pypi maintainers there !))

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