Installing OpenCV: The Saga

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I’ve started setting up OpenCV on a Raspberry Pi (RPI) for my degree show work! It’s not simple, but is the premiere open source computer vision package out there. I want it to be on a RPI because the smaller the computer, the better. Because it’s quite complex and information is disparate I thought I would write up my experience. It’s not a tutorial as such, but will hopefully help people know what is involved.

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Degree Show Plans (and thoughts about interaction)

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I’ve started planning my work for the degree show in June. This will be a culmination of everything I have learnt so far on the course, so I am not going to do anything too different to my previous work. However, I do have an idea to make the interaction element more interesting! Click below to read more.

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The Tate Exchange is over!

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The Tate Exchange is finally over!

Rosie and I manage to solve all of our communication issues and the project worked perfectly in the end! You can find out more here:

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Here are some videos of it in action:

Cred Roy and I also showed of the next evolution of our face detecting eye. We thought it was much improved in a more domestic setting, and with a textual response to people:

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