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OpenCV: Computer Vision Projects with Python by Michael Beyeler, Prateek Joshi, Joseph Howse

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Let's add some movements

Now that we know how to add a virtual pyramid, let's see if we can add some movements. Let's see how we can dynamically change the height of the pyramid. When you start, the pyramid will look like this:

Let's add some movements

If you wait for some time, the pyramid gets taller and it will look like this:

Let's add some movements

Let's see how to do it in OpenCV Python. Inside the augmented reality code that we just discussed, add the following snippet at the end of the __init__ method in the Tracker class:

self.overlay_vertices = np.float32([[0, 0, 0], [0, 1, 0], [1, 1, 0], ...

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