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Friday, May 18th, 2012, 4:29 pm

OpenCV and Car Identification

In order for identification of vehicles to work (for navigation, not Big Brother application) I am preparing a paper on some existing methods. Along the way I found some interesting videos. The first one shows OpenCV on Android phones:

OpenCV on desktop hardware can achieve more, with high-resolution images as well:

Vehicle classification (not OpenCV):

For collision prevention it helps to estimate speeds of relative speed of nearby vehicles. Here is an application which is measuring vehicle speed on the fly:

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