Next week, I’ll be back to the .Net Docs Show. This time to share some experiences using OpenCV and .Net.
If you don’t know OpenCV, let’s start with the 1st definition that Bing returns.
OpenCV stands for open-source computer vision. It was generated to support a common infrastructure for computer vision operations and use system behaviour in financial products. It generally targets image processing, faces recognition, video capture, searching, and object disclosure.
OpenCV is created to implement various operations including recognising and detecting faces, analysing human tasks in videos, identifying objects, recording camera movements, tracking moving objects, and combining images to create a high-resolution image for the accurate scene.What’s OpenCV – Tutorial Point
OpenCV is of the most popular image processing libraries, and widely used in the C++ and Python community. And, we can also use it on .Net !
If you want to know more, please join next week at https://dotnetdocs.dev/