Introduction to OpenCV and Qt

In its most basic form and shape, Computer Vision is the term that is used to identify all methods and algorithms that are used to empower digital devices with a sense of vision. What does that mean? Well, it means exactly what it sounds like. Ideally, computers should be able to see the world through the lens of a standard camera (or any other type of camera for that matter), and by applying various Computer Vision algorithms, they should be able to detect faces, even recognize them, count objects in an image, detect motion in video feeds, and do many more, which, at first guess, would only be expected of a human being. So, to understand what Computer Vision really is, it's better to know that Computer Vision ...

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