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Object detection based on color (colour) with Python 3, OpenCV 3, Pi Camera, and Raspberry Pi 2

This Python 3 code will mark a blue object in the screen, mark it with a red dot and each time the object moves, the red dot will follow it. The application of this could range from robot vision to automatic video camera. Feel free to adjust the treshold setting…

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Load, crop, and save an image with OpenCV 3 and Python 3 on Raspberry Pi 2

Michael Jordan was one of the greatest athletes in the world. He was the best NBA player in his era. This legendary picture shows how he tormented Utah Jazz during his 1998 NBA Final game with the Chicago Bulls with his phenomenal ‘last shot’. But, what would happen if he…

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How to Install OpenCV 3 (Open Computer Vision) with Python 3 on Raspberry Pi 2

OpenCV is amazing project to give Raspberry Pi to interact with pictures, videos, and cameras. You can build so many interesting apps such as face recognition, color detection, image processing and manipulation, or give your robot some sight to avoid walls. OpenCV 3 will officialy support Python 3. At the…

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How to control Raspberry 2 Raspbian desktop remotely in headless mode with X11VNC

1. Using SSH or temporary monitor, login to your pi. 2. Install  X11VNC: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install x11vnc 3. Set connection password. This will be prompted when a client computer is establishing connection. x11vnc -storepasswd 4. Auto-run x11vnc. Edit xsessionrc: sudo nano ~/.xsessionrc Find this line and edit…

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View image on your Pi remotely over SSH

So you think you have captured a few good pictures with Pi Cam using the simple command raspistill -o image.jpg and now you want to view it quickly? So you think you can use all the available command prompt picture viewers like fbi, fim, w3m work well? Well, none of…

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