2019-10-24 11:40:44 -0500 | commented question | How to remove the background image Could you be more detailed on your question? You wish to keep the segmentated part of your image in a blank background, |

2019-09-23 08:30:37 -0500 | edited answer | Get Rotation and Translation Matrix So looking for a solution on the Web I found that what I wish to do is called extrinsic calibration. To find the best r |

2019-09-23 08:30:00 -0500 | edited answer | Get Rotation and Translation Matrix So looking for a solution on the Web I found that what I wish to do is called extrinsic calibration. To find the best r |

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2019-09-23 04:21:01 -0500 | edited answer | Get Rotation and Translation Matrix So looking for a solution on the Web I found that what I wish to do is called extrinsic calibration. To find the best r |

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2019-09-13 06:47:59 -0500 | answered a question | A dot-product of two matrices Considerering your two matrices are of type cv::Mat, you can simply use the * operator. So if you have two matrices, A a |

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2019-09-11 05:17:56 -0500 | answered a question | Blocked camera detection using opencv Considering that you won't move the camera, you can save an image of your background, and then you would compare the cam |

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