[PD] Computer Vision with Pure Data
antoine.villeret at gmail.com
Sun Dec 7 16:13:56 CET 2014
the latest version of pix_opencv can be found here :
I can't test your patch because it uses some [smooth] I don't have with
btw, pix_opencv_contour is useful to detect hand by finding convexity
defects and replaces all old pix_opencv_contour_*
it is highly customizable.
also pix_opecv_backgroundsubtractor is very useful to do background
subtraction in complex situation (where the light / color change quite
but it needs a recent opencv installation
also it is very CPU expensive, but you can use it on GPU thanks to OpenCL
and some dedicated hardware like leapmotion or Kinect for Windows (the
desktop version) are easier to setup for testing purpose.
do it yourself
2014-12-05 14:47 GMT+01:00 Simon Wise <simonzwise at gmail.com>:
> On 06/12/14 00:24, Jonathan Aardestrup wrote:
> With the different setups I have it seems possible to make solutions to
>> detect x-axis and depth. With the y-axis I have a problem since I am also
>> detecting the arm, which disrupts the motion tracking. At the moment this
>> is my biggest issue.
>> Any suggestions except waring long black sleeves are most welcome!
> well, if not sleeves then maybe gloves would be more fashionable?
> seriously though ... it is for good reasons that motion capture has very
> often used distinctively marked clothing, it would be a lot easier and
> offer interesting gestural possibilities if you wore simple gloves with
> markings to make hands (and fingers, and palm vs back of hand, or left and
> right etc) easy to track. Strong, known colours and simple, oriented shapes
> make tracking a lot easier.
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