made a playing card detector program that uses OpenCV-Python to detect and identify playing cards in a video feed. It runs on the Raspberry Pi 3 with an attached PiCamera. This video explains the image processing algorithm I use to detect and identify the cards.
This is the first step in a project to build a Raspberry Pi powered, Blackjack playing, card counting robot. Keep an eye out for future videos as I continue creating my Blackjack robot!
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