IMAGE FEATURE RECOGNITION IN Qt / C++ FOR OpenCV EXPERTS - 27/02/2021 14:52 EST

  • État: Closed
  • Prix: $130
  • Propositions reçues: 1
  • Gagnant: gzperra

Résumé du concours

Template software based on Qt/C++ and OpenCV finding 4 different features in an image.
OpenCV software-modules have to be adapted, integrated and optimized to a whole Qt project source.

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  • sourlier
    Titulaire du concours
    • il y a 3 mois

    it's possible that not all of the given code modules are performing quite well ... I found them on the internet but I didn't test them myself up to now (some examples attached seemed to work, but they should not be more then a starting point or placeholder ... )

    • il y a 3 mois
  • sourlier
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    • il y a 3 mois

    Two questions ?

    1.) Did you rely on the preprocessed versions?
    2.) Did you rely (basically) on the given codes?

    A) The contours of the glasses are found quite well !
    B) The side lines of the credit card ist found also quite well !
    C) The symmetry line of the contours is found well in picture 2 + 3 ! In picture 1 it seems not so exact?!
    D) The eye pupils are found relatively good in picture 3 ! In picture 1 + 3 they they seem not very exact ...
    E) Especially the top and bottom line of credit card seem to be a biger problem! I'm wondering about the reason? Perhaps here would help the preprocessed file ?!

    Thank you! Bye for now
    Best regards
    David

    • il y a 3 mois
    1. sourlier
      Titulaire du concours
      • il y a 3 mois

      I have some experience with image processing and also with C++ - openCV ... but I'm not used to Qt ... the main difficulty for me is to make a reasonable user interface and to set up all necessary libraries in Qt ... if I can base on a code/project template this helps me a lot ... my speciality are mathematical algorithms NOT coding user interfaces... if your entry will not be perfect in the functionality perhaps I can optimize it with your further help ... however your actual state (if coded in Qt/C++) will already be useful for me ... perhaps you will arrive to optimze it still a little in the next few days?

      • il y a 3 mois
    2. sourlier
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      • il y a 3 mois

      in fact, the symmetry line has to be calculated from the inner contours of the glasses only ... not from the eyes ... I stated this in the text file of the contest, but I recognized now, that there is a misprint in my text: "contour D)" instead of "contour C)" ...

      • il y a 3 mois
  • sourlier
    Titulaire du concours
    • il y a 3 mois

    Hello Oussama

    Thank you for your contribution. In fact you are the first with a reasonable contribution ... up to now !
    It does quite well so far!

    Did you recognize that I have added the pictures in a black & white version and in a preprocessed version ???

    I think especially the preprocessed version (on which you can rely) does it make much easier to find the lines!

    • il y a 3 mois
  • sourlier
    Titulaire du concours
    • il y a 3 mois

    Okay Oussama I'll do add some time. Please note I have added preprocessed files where the contour lines are outlined. You can base on these images (combining with the original images). This makes the task much easier! A minimal requirement is to integrate the given sources in Qt and to make them compilable together with OpenCV. Even if the sources will not deliver good results or only partially.

    • il y a 3 mois
    1. gzperra
      gzperra
      • il y a 3 mois

      Thanks. I’ve already integrated the sources in GIVEN OPENCV MODULES.zip. Unfortunately, they didn’t give acceptable results with all images. So I’ve created my own functions and I’ve done almost 60% of the work: eyes detection + glasses contours detection.. and without the use of the preprocessed files.

      • il y a 3 mois
  • gzperra
    gzperra
    • il y a 3 mois

    #extended
    Could you add 2 or 3 more days ? I've just started working yesterday.

    • il y a 3 mois
    1. sourlier
      Titulaire du concours
      • il y a 3 mois

      Okay Oussama I'll do add some time. Please note I have added preprocessed files where the contour lines are outlined. You can base on these images (combining with the original images). This makes the task much easier! A minimal requirement is to integrate the given sources in Qt and to make them compilable together with OpenCV. Even if the sources will not deliver good results or only partially.

      • il y a 3 mois
  • sourlier
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    • il y a 3 mois

    To make it easier I have added preprocessed states of the 3 examples which can be used in parallel or instead of the original examples.
    I have also added the black&white versions of the 3 color examples. It's also okay to use these pictures instead.

    • il y a 3 mois
  • dataexpert18
    dataexpert18
    • il y a 3 mois

    C++ is mandotry, can we use python instead of c++???

    • il y a 3 mois
    1. sourlier
      Titulaire du concours
      • il y a 3 mois

      C++ and Qt ARE requirements !
      The given codes to disposal are all in C++ as well.
      These codes have to be PRIMARILY adapted and integrated in a whole Qt-project as described!
      If this project ist compilable and buildable (with the given codes adapted to Qt!) exactly as described - even with still poor recognition rate - the first step is done successfully and could be submitted to the contest!
      A following optimization of this project (to WIN contest in first place) should also be in C++ ...
      If this in done Python (of course eventually quicker for "trial an error"-method) it has to be back-translated to C++ .... This should not be a serious problem because the corresponding OpenCV-calls exist in both languages!

      • il y a 3 mois
  • sourlier
    Titulaire du concours
    • il y a 3 mois

    C++ and Qt ARE requirements !
    The given codes to disposal are all in C++ as well.
    These codes have to be PRIMARILY adapted and integrated in a whole Qt-project as described!
    If this project ist compilable and buildable (with the given codes adapted to Qt!) exactly as described - even with still poor recognition rate - the first step is done successfully and could be submitted to the contest!
    A following optimization of this project (to WIN contest in first place) should also be in C++ ...
    If this in done Python (of course eventually quicker for "trial an error"-method) it has to be back-translated to C++ .... This should not be a serious problem because the corresponding OpenCV-calls exist in both languages!

    • il y a 3 mois

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