Opencv.js - Background subtraction and replacement in Javascript

asked 2020-02-19 15:22:51 -0500

I'm applying the items in this tutorial, in an attempt to replace a background image of a video while maintaining the foreground objects. Ideally, I'd like to replace the black and white mask that is generated with the color version of the arm holding the box, in a different setting (image background). I'm stuck on generating the mask, and applying the new background image with the foreground of the video frame.

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I'm familiar with OpenCV in python, but am struggling to find resources or documentation on what is and what isn't implemented in the opencv.js build. I realize that all of the functionality is not implemented in opencv.js. However, I am almost certain this is achievable with opencv.js, I'm just not sure what steps I need to take as it appears the python examples I'm trying to port are not correct.

That said, here's a python example that accomplishes what I'm attempting to do.

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If anyone has any pointers on how I can turn the black and white mask into a bounding area to obtain the arm holding the box and swap it's color image background that would be helpful.

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documentation on what is and what isn't implemented in the opencv.js build

there's a whitelist here

berak gravatar imageberak ( 2020-02-20 01:38:27 -0500 )edit