SERINDA OpenCV and BabylonJS Integration

Osiyo. Dohiju? ᎣᏏᏲ. ᏙᎯᏧ? Hey, welcome back.

One of the big issues I’ve been working on has been translating OpenCV detection points to BabylonJS coordinates. Up to this point, I’ve had some success getting a marker to track an object.

I decided to take a look at the JSArtoolkit5 examples and see what I could glean from them. The idea was to take the BabylonJS example and apply a live video detection instead of the video loaded. That is successful. Since everything in object detection is basically marker-based detection I could take the code I did for face detection and sending those markers to the JSArtoolkit code. I am not, though.

I found some BabylonJS and BabylonAR code that starts what I’d like to do so I’m making changes that I need to hook more OpenCV code in and then I’m going to publish some sample release files to the GitHub fork I’ve made to test them out.

I’m working for a WebRTC selection to determine which audio or video you wish to use then hook that with OpenCV. That’s tonight’s work. I’m building BabylonJS now and hopefully, I can get it done and uploaded.

Until next time. Dodadagohvi. ᏙᏓᏓᎪᎲᎢ.

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