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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
This job is about desktop application for drawing some simple and basic interactive tools. Such as draw a line in image, plot pixels profile of selected line. Make a histogram of an ROI,…etc. For more information, please contact us. The developer should use Qt5.6/OpenCV3.1/C++/Netbeans 8.1 under windows platform and must provide the source code of the application.
Skills: OpenCV C++ Windows App Development
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for an experianced developer to implement face recognition video surveillance server with accessible GUI, CCTV auto or manual face detection using OpenCV/OpenBR and it's plugins.
Skills: OpenCV C++ Python
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
Looking for an OpenCV developer. The project is to extracting the foreground in a picture. We pass an image like a car in parking and the cript extract the foreground car. the expected result is in the attached file. must be writen in java.
Skills: OpenCV Java
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $10 - Posted
You are building a DoG pyramid. The output of each level of the pyramid is a DoG, which is composed of subtracting one Gaussian filtered image from another. Each of the two input Gaussian images are filtered with different Gaussian Filters, that is, with different sigmas. The DoG output at each level should show stuff at the scale of that level. So at higher resolution, you will see edges and blobs at a fine scale. At the lower resolutions, you will see edges and blobs at a larger scale. What does this mean with respect to edges? Well, it means that edges that are many pixels wide at the high resolution will show up well at the lower resolution. It sometimes turns out that edges will show up at all the levels of the DoG pyramid. To go to the next level of the pyramid, one first starts with the lesser filtered gaussian image at the current level, that is, the one with the smaller sigma. Subsample it down by 2 in each dimension. One can just subsample the pixels directly, as there is no need to filter (i.e. average the pixels in the local area) first, as this has already been done. Then repeat the process at the current level. As so on for the next levels.
Skills: OpenCV C++ Visual Basic
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $2,300 - Posted
I am testing and validating different versions, and I will give you the final one. The developer should be experienced in OpenCV and 3D reconstruction, although I have looked up a lot of documentation on Github and Stackoverflow for the specific funcions that I can point you to.
Skills: OpenCV Android App Development iPhone App Development
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
Looking for a VERY experienced developer to create a simple application that can analyze a single or series of images and pull out every object in the image and it's location on the image. Including multiple of the same object. Included in the programming would be creating the training sets for objects and a very simple interface. Preferably a run button with a organized output of what was found and where. Must be written in QT for portability.
Skills: OpenCV C++ Qt
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $30 - Posted
It logins into a website & scrape data into a csv file, downloads images to local folder ,downloads videos to local folder with the help of numpy & opencv . The script is working fine on Ubuntu & Windows machines . ... I would like that some experienced python developer to look into this & advise the possible reason & make some quick edits Details : python 2.7 requests, lxml, numpy , opencv 3.1.0 Please take a look at the attached script .
Skills: OpenCV Python Python Numpy
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $10 - Posted
In this homework, a source file "HW4.cpp" and two videos "zoomvideo.avi" and "lightvideo.avi" have been provided. Using the HW4.cpp as a starting point, first change the variables "string zoomvideo" and "string lightvideo" to match where the videos can be found on your PC. Then, modify the functions "Point zoomfunc(Mat input)" and "Point lightfunc(Mat input)" so that given an input image, return where the center of the green ball is located in the image. The zoomfunc takes the zoomvideo as input, while the lightfunc will take the lightvideo as input, frame by frame. The program will give a performance evaluation printed to the terminal. The performance is based on for a given video frame, if the guessed point is within 70 pixels of the actual ball center, then count it as correct. Please concentrate on the quality work report. An example homework report format might contain the following sections: Title, name, date, Syntax Performance Report (screenshot) Discussion or comments Pictures Source code
Skills: OpenCV Microsoft Visual C++
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
Hello, I'm trying to transform images in a very specific way. I'm using the kolor program: autopano giga, to make a panorama picture. And when using this software it transforms each picture using 9 different parameters. They are yaw/pitch/roll/fov/k1/k2/k3/x-offset/y-offset. What I need is a program that takes as input a pictures, and those 9 parameters and makes the same transformation. The tranformation parameter info:
Skills: OpenCV C++ Windows App Development