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2019-04-06 13:55:01 -0500 commented question Using opencv in Windows with Visual Studio

I think this is a good question; recommending a python wrapper avoids the problem. For my application, I need an opencv

2016-02-23 21:56:37 -0500 answered a question Any image labeling tool for object detection?

I just wrote an app for this very purpose:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/de...

2015-12-16 22:19:29 -0500 commented question Why is Brox Optical Flow so blotchy?

Maybe I'll give that a shot... I don't think there is an automatic way of generating the wrapper, it would probably come down to manual conversion.

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2015-12-08 08:56:30 -0500 commented question Why is Brox Optical Flow so blotchy?

Thanks Steve. I understand that Emgu is a wrapper. In fact there is a way of telling if they are using the latest source: look at their repo. They are using version 3.0.0. This is also stated on their main page. I don't "want Emgu to get fixed", I'm trying to understand what's going on with the Brox optical flow calculation. It's not clear whether this is an Emgu or OpenCV issue which is the main reason I'm posting here. Someone who is actually familiar with the optical flow modules would likely recognize whether this is an issue related to the optical-flow calculation parameters or something else.

2015-12-07 19:00:39 -0500 asked a question Why is Brox Optical Flow so blotchy?

I'm getting strange results using the GPU Brox Optical Flow calculation through Emgu. Has anybody done this recently?

When the optical flow values are consistent across the image, the resulting flow values are approximately correct. When the optical flow changes in segments across the image (moving objects), the resulting optical flow values look incorrect. The optical flow image is inconsistent and scattered in areas where it should have a single value due to a moving object.

Here are the results from OpenCV Brox optical flow on GPU: image description

And here are the results from my own CPU-based implementation: image description

I've tried varying different parameters in the Brox calculation but nothing seems to help. Any idea what could be going wrong?

2015-03-20 13:04:42 -0500 asked a question Why does capture.QueryFrame() eventually return null?

I'm using capture.QueryFrame() in C# on a Logitech webcam. After an extended period of time (seems like 1-4 hours), QueryFrame() will begin returning null. This doesn't stop until the application is closed and re-opened.

The frame section is wrapped in a using( var frame = ...) block, so I don't have any other great ideas about what could be going wrong here. Does anyone have any other suggestions?