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ReIn-like framework for OpenCV+ROS+Python?

asked 2011-05-13 09:26:30 -0600

Pi Robot gravatar image

updated 2011-05-13 09:48:10 -0600


I am working on using ROS + OpenCV via the cv_bridge package to process 2D video images using a sequence of filters. One example is finding the Good Features to Track (GFTT) in a face by first doing face detection, then passing the returned bounding box as the ROI for GFTT. Right now I am just combining these filters within a single node (Python script) but I was looking at the rein package/library and was wondering if something similar has or is been done for OpenCV and Python?


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answered 2011-06-17 11:38:21 -0600

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Your approach is completely appropriate. rein should be considered no man's land and is unsupported at the moment.

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Thanks for the response. I've got a got a good start on a more modular vision framework similar to rein and will post back once I have something to show.
Pi Robot gravatar image Pi Robot  ( 2011-06-18 01:37:51 -0600 )edit
We are working on an OpenCV + Python graph based modular vision framework, that will be released with docs in a couple of weeks. Its more low level then "object recognition", but does enable higher level vision pipelines.
ethanrublee gravatar image ethanrublee  ( 2011-06-18 05:12:59 -0600 )edit
Sounds exactly what I was looking for. I'll put my own work along those lines on hold until I see what you have developed.
Pi Robot gravatar image Pi Robot  ( 2011-06-18 11:49:32 -0600 )edit

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