OpenCV 3.0 Computer Vision with Java By Daniel Lelis Baggio

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OpenCV 3.0 Computer Vision with Java By Daniel Lelis Baggio
2015 | 174 Pages | ISBN: 1783283971 | EPUB, MOBI, PDF | 28 MB

Create multiplatform computer vision desktop and web applications using the combination of OpenCV and JavaAbout This BookSet up Java API for OpenCV to create popular Swing-based Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs) Process videos and images in real-time with closer to native performance Make use of rock solid Java web application development practices to create engaging augmented reality experience and work with depth images from a Kinect deviceWho This Book Is ForIf you are a Java developer, student, researcher, or hobbyist wanting to create computer vision applications in Java then this book is for you. If you are an experienced C/C++ developer who is used to working with OpenCV, you will also find this book very useful for migrating your applications to Java.All you need is basic knowledge of Java, with no prior understanding of computer vision required, as this book will give you clear explanations and examples of the basics.What You Will LearnCreate powerful GUIs for computer vision applications with panels, scroll panes, radio buttons, sliders, windows, and mouse interaction using the popular Swing GUI widget toolkit Stretch, shrink, warp, and rotate images, as well as apply image transforms to find edges, lines, and circles, and even use Discrete Fourier Transforms (DFT) Detect foreground or background regions and work with depth images with a Kinect device Learn how to add computer vision capabilities to rock solid Java web applications allowing you to upload photos and create astonishing effects Track faces and apply mixed reality effects such as adding virtual hats to uploaded photos Filter noisy images, work with morphological operators, use flood fill, and threshold the important regions of an image Open and process video streams from webcams or video files

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