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OpenCV with Gary Bradski Or OpenCV2 with laganiere?

asked 2016-07-01 10:23:41 -0500

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Hello.i'm a Student and I want to get start OpenCV.So I'm beginning and amateur in this.I downloaded OpenCV3 and now I want to learn it. I find two Books for this but I don't know which one is better! OpenCV by Gary Bradski and Adrian Kaehkler seen completely but it seen old and old OpenCV statements. OpenCV2 by Robert Laganiere Seen not compeletly and Seen Just about Images but it's OpenCV2 and new statements. also can't find a book with new OpenCV3 statements and I decide to select one of these Books. Please Help Me that which one is better!. Thanks

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answered 2016-07-02 08:15:16 -0500

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updated 2016-07-02 08:28:32 -0500

I would recommend something else.

Adrian Rosebrock is a PHD in this field and is dedicated to it. I don't know or work for the guy but i know his website and his booklets will get you to speed in no time. He also replies to all emails almost 100%. I should also mention that he is focused in python. The only book i needed after his lessons were the Opencv Documentation.

SATYA MALLICK is also another PHD that has good C++/Python toturials/books.

Have you tried Opencv tutorials? They are pretty simple to follow.

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After I post my question , I find that Opencv tutorial is also very good and I understand it very well. Now i read this and i finished core module soon. according to I use C++ and coding in visual Studio C++ , Do you think I need Adrian Rosebrock or SATYA MALLICK Book ? or you think that OpenCV tutorial enough?

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