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Photo-recognition scoring app
1 project | reddit.com/r/Darts | 12 Jun 2022
Big challenge is always going to be calibration of the cameras. The software problem is tractable. Check this project out: https://github.com/hanneshoettinger/opencv-steel-darts and I believe there's a Facebook group where some developers collaborate.
When you play online and you get a 180 almost every time you get 1 out of 5 rating afterwards . Ppfff there is a lot of cheating online. Any suggestions are welcome for better platforms
1 project | reddit.com/r/Darts | 18 Mar 2021
I never played online. Just asking myself how you can cheat there? Is it cheating like showing recorded 180s or how they do it? I was thinking of software that tracks the score (like https://github.com/hanneshoettinger/opencv-steel-darts). Are there platforms supporting it?
Beginner tutorial for Traffic Light Detection using Opencv and YOLOv3
1 project | reddit.com/r/coolgithubprojects | 1 Mar 2021
Traffic Light Detection for Beginners Using OpenCV and YOLOv3
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 1 Mar 2021
I made a traffic light detection program with a self-trained dataset
2 projects | reddit.com/r/computervision | 25 Feb 2021
This is my first CV project. I made a Python program that identifies Traffic Lights in video's. The dataset I made consists of hundreds of images of Traffic lights I made myself using my Dashcam. The training was done with a Google Colab GPU.Please take a look at my project and let me know what you think! (https://github.com/initdebugs/Beginner-Traffic-Light-Detection-OpenCV-YOLOv3)
What are some alternatives?
vidgear - A High-performance cross-platform Video Processing Python framework powerpacked with unique trailblazing features :fire:
imagezmq - A set of Python classes that transport OpenCV images from one computer to another using PyZMQ messaging.
yolo-tf2 - yolo(all versions) implementation in keras and tensorflow 2.x
SkunkBooth - Text based command line webcam photobooth app
Batch-crop-images - A tool for cropping similar images in a batch with an interface.
imagehub - Receive and save images from multiple Raspberry Pi's
cam_board - Turn web cam into a black / white board
YOLO-Mosaic - Perform mosaic image augmentation on data for training a YOLO model
sort - Simple, online, and realtime tracking of multiple objects in a video sequence.
Distance_measurement_using_single_camera - using single camera to measure the distance opencv python,