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Detecting door blockage using computer vision

In your example image, you show what appears to be a fixed camera feed (for example, a security camera). If it is safe to assume that this is a fixed camera feed, this becomes much easier, since we ...
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How to use arbitrary version of OpenCV

In case someone comes up here looking for how to use the source installed OpenCV installation with Python, look for following. When you build the OpenCV installation, make sure to add following ...
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Detecting door blockage using computer vision

You could create a categorical deep learning model by taking images of the door blocked and unblocked. Basically a Hotdog, Not Hotdog model. https://www.datacamp.com/blog/classification-machine-...
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colorize area of point cloud on a 2D image

I managed to achieve better results with cv::dilate. As far as I tested, I haven't lost any perfomance and it is really easy to implement.
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colorize area of point cloud on a 2D image

I think that a good approach could be: get the convex hull of each point set with convexHull fill the polygons with ...
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