A portable advanced visual recognition solution can help you overcome many situations where a picture is worth billions of calculations.
Open Source for Computer Vision, OpenCV, is the mother lode for image processing experiments. For hobbyists, it affords an accelerated entry computer graphics algorithms without the burden of going solo or maverick. it is therefore only natural that literature abounds with the installation and porting of the OpenCV suite on SoC boards. The Raspberry Pi is no exception. Robert Castle’s seminal work has been emulated and verified by thousands of users. Yours truly used the documentation as reference guide for the deployment on over a dozen RPi boards. This article describes one such deployment on the Raspberry Pi Zero W board.
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