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2019-08-06 10:26:08 -0500 commented question How to calculate surface roughness in disparity map?

If you are using a stereo camera (I suppose so), you need to let the cameras be really close one to each other to see su

2019-08-06 10:25:27 -0500 answered a question How to calculate surface roughness in disparity map?

If you are using a stereo camera (I suppose so), you need to let the cameras be really close one to each other to see su

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2019-05-27 05:28:59 -0500 edited answer inconsistent behavior about ROI calculation

Ok got it. In first case you do a sum + operation img(Rect(1, 2, 3, 4)) += com;, so a sum is performed and the result is

2019-05-27 05:15:57 -0500 answered a question inconsistent behavior about ROI calculation

Ok got it. In first case you do a sum + operation img(Rect(1, 2, 3, 4)) += com;, so a sum is performed and the result is

2019-05-27 04:18:33 -0500 commented question inconsistent behavior about ROI calculation

What result you get with the latter?

2019-05-23 08:15:36 -0500 commented answer Stereo re-calibration using OpenCV's findEssentialMat(), recoverPose()

Thank you for the reply, I solved some of my problem meanwhile, but I'm really grateful for the details. Yeah, perfectly

2019-05-20 08:10:44 -0500 commented answer How do I can create a Gaussian filter in CUDA that is larger than 32 and double type?

Ok, I'll check the new question the next days since I'm a little bit busy till wednesday. Regarding the type, check the

2019-05-20 08:08:50 -0500 commented answer How do I can create a Gaussian filter in CUDA that is larger than 32 and double type?

Ok, I'll check the new question the next days since I'm a little bit busy till wednesday. Regarding the type, check the

2019-05-19 11:12:18 -0500 commented answer How do I can create a Gaussian filter in CUDA that is larger than 32 and double type?

You can generate you kernel defining the own choice sigma and apply to the whole image. There is an online calculator, i

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2019-05-17 11:25:09 -0500 commented question How to use imshow when png is loaded in memory

You have to wrap the raw data into a Mat first. Maybe is better if you compile OpenCV with FFMPEG enabled so you can "di

2019-05-17 11:24:54 -0500 commented question How to use imshow when png is loaded in memory

You have to wrap the raw data into a Mat first. Maybe is better if you compile OpenCV with FFMPEG enabled so you can "di

2019-05-17 11:24:45 -0500 commented question How to use imshow when png is loaded in memory

You have to wrap the raw data into a Mat first. Maybe is better if you compile OpenCV with FFMPEG enabled so you can "di

2019-05-17 11:23:15 -0500 commented question How to use imshow when png is loaded in memory

You have to wrap the raw data into a Mat first. Maybe is better if you compile OpenCV with FFMPEG enabled so you can "di

2019-05-17 10:26:09 -0500 edited answer How do I can create a Gaussian filter in CUDA that is larger than 32 and double type?

I've already replied to a similar question here Basically the size can be maximum 32 due to CUDA architecture (I suppos

2019-05-17 03:31:13 -0500 answered a question How do I can create a Gaussian filter in CUDA that is larger than 32 and double type?

I've already replied to a similar question here Basically the size can be maximum 32 due to CUDA architecture (I suppos

2019-05-16 09:55:40 -0500 commented answer Can I use cv::cuda::add for per-element addition to Mat?

matrix-matrix means that src1 and src2 are both matrix, with same size, in that case the resulting matrix contain the el

2019-05-16 08:37:34 -0500 edited answer Can I use cv::cuda::add for per-element addition to Mat?

You can try by your own, it need less time to test it than write a question here :D. The documentation say yes, you can

2019-05-16 08:37:06 -0500 answered a question Can I use cv::cuda::add for per-element addition to Mat?

You can try by your own, it need less time to test it than write an answer here :D. The documentation say yes, you can

2019-05-16 06:56:11 -0500 commented answer where does the groud truth disparity image come from?

Can you accept it as answer? :) Thank you in advance!

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2019-05-15 09:57:11 -0500 edited answer where does the groud truth disparity image come from?

The Ground Truth (GT) for stereo images is made using different tecnology and combining them such as SLAM, IMU etc.. It

2019-05-15 09:56:04 -0500 answered a question where does the groud truth disparity image come from?

The Ground Truth (GT) for stereo images is made using different tecnology and combining them such as SLAM, IMU etc.. It

2019-05-14 03:35:10 -0500 commented question Crack detection using OpenCV and Python

Hi, have no quick solution but I have some idea to remove most of false positive. You can check the colour value in pro

2019-05-13 02:25:40 -0500 commented question Video STABILIZATION

There are several tutorial, probably you already take a look at it, some: LearnOpenCV Tutorial Nghia Ho Tutorial GitH

2019-05-13 02:24:58 -0500 commented question Video STABILIZATION

There are several tutorial, probably you already take a look at it, some: https://www.learnopencv.com/video-stabilizat

2019-05-13 02:24:11 -0500 commented question Video STABILIZATION

There are several tutorial, probably you already take a look at it, some: https://www.learnopencv.com/video-stabilizatio

2019-05-13 02:16:29 -0500 commented answer Remap a single point not working

Can you provide more code to reproduce it?

2019-05-10 04:27:58 -0500 commented question Video STABILIZATION

OpenCV can't be a magician, if in the video there is too much shaking you can't expect a fully stabilized video due to m

2019-05-10 04:02:10 -0500 commented answer Remap a single point not working

CV_SC2 is a 16bit with 2 channel, so when you'are accessing it you have to take care about both channels. In that case,

2019-05-10 04:01:13 -0500 commented answer Remap a single point not working

CV_SC2 is a 16bit with 2 channel, so when you'are accessing it you have to take care about both channels. In that case,

2019-05-10 03:42:00 -0500 commented answer Camera calibration without Z component?

That's completely right! Indeed, you can choose between move the chessboard or move the camera, the result will be the s

2019-05-09 08:52:55 -0500 edited answer Remap a single point not working

First of all, which type is the matrix returned by remap? You can check the camImage.type() after calling remap (see th

2019-05-09 05:05:32 -0500 edited answer Camera calibration without Z component?

It really easy: the chessboard is a planar surface, a plane in the 3d space can be defined using 2 of the dimensions, fo

2019-05-09 05:03:58 -0500 edited answer Camera calibration without Z component?

It really easy: the chessboard is a planar surface, a plane in the 3d space can be defined using 2 of the dimensions, fo

2019-05-09 05:02:05 -0500 answered a question Camera calibration without Z component?

It really easy: the chessboard is a planar surface, a plane in the 3d space can be defined using 2 of the dimensions, fo

2019-05-09 04:51:40 -0500 edited answer Remap a single point not working

First of all, which type is the matrix returned by remap? You can check the camImage.type() after calling remap (see th

2019-05-09 04:50:01 -0500 edited answer Remap a single point not working

First of all, which type is the matrix returned by remap? You can check the camImage.type() after calling remap (see th

2019-05-09 04:48:32 -0500 answered a question Remap a single point not working

First of all, which type is the matrix returned by remap? You can check the camImage.type() after calling remap (see th

2019-04-29 02:06:28 -0500 commented answer From Fundamental Matrix To Rectified Images

It's a very old thread, but you figured it out with the code provided or in other way? It seems to be wrong in my honest

2019-04-18 07:58:24 -0500 commented question Is there a way to mark the moving points and in the end determine the position of every point?

I've not understand the need of machine learning in this case and also how you can scan an entire ship if the camera is

2019-04-18 04:33:59 -0500 commented question Infrared Image I took outside is completely white, how to fix?

Probably is just overexposed. Can you set the exposure time?

2019-04-18 04:26:07 -0500 commented answer Where to begin for a license car plate recognition system

If the CCTV camera is an IP camera, try this one: https://funvision.blogspot.com/2016/11/ip-camera-video-stream-opencv-a

2019-04-18 04:13:23 -0500 commented answer Where to begin for a license car plate recognition system

Is still a good starting point, what it change is only where the images came from. There are some tutorial and resource,

2019-04-17 09:01:14 -0500 edited answer Where to begin for a license car plate recognition system

If you are also a beginner in programming, then it gonna be hard, but if you doesn't have a timeline, then it's possible

2019-04-16 05:54:19 -0500 edited answer Where to begin for a license car plate recognition system

If you are also a beginner in programming, then it gonna be hard, but if you doesn't have a timeline, then it's possible

2019-04-16 05:53:12 -0500 answered a question Where to begin for a license car plate recognition system

If you are also a beginner in programming, then it gonna be hard, but if you doesn't have a timeline, then it's possible

2019-04-15 02:45:19 -0500 commented answer Stereo re-calibration using OpenCV's findEssentialMat(), recoverPose()

Which real world information I can use for estimating the translation vector scale factor? I can use some knowledge rega

2019-04-12 10:51:21 -0500 commented answer Stereo re-calibration using OpenCV's findEssentialMat(), recoverPose()

Which real world information I can use for estimating the translation vector? I can use some knowledge regarding my ster