Playing with OpenCV and Tesseract
I was looking through my Projects folder and found an old Python application using some OpenCV code. I pulled what I could use, rewrote it and created a little nice library called PyOCV.
It supports object detection, text detection (using Tesseract) and OpenCV Object-Oriented helper classses for easy window, settings and image/capture handling/manipulation (also histogram and other diagram creations).
PyOCV also includes a number of functions for image adjustments including contrast/brightnes, convert modes, scaling/re-sizing, etc.
The project comes with an example application demonstrations features.
NOTE: Under Development!
Ignore the Mplayer window — I was watching something
Object Detection (In this case Face):
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- June 8, 2012 / 21:50