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Hello every one,
I have got a question about how to use the "VLIB_trackFeaturesLucasKanade_7x7" function.
I have two successive images of 160 x 160 pixels from a video camera.
I detect the good features to track using VLIB function : "VLIB_harrisScore_7x7"
That work fine.
But after I want to track the points using the Lucas-Kanade method and I same results in outx and x, and outy and y.
But when I try with OPENCV on PC computer I use the Harris VLIB function for corner detection and Lucas-Kanade OPENCV function that work fine.
In the OPENCV function, they use a pyramid image.
Did anyone has an idea how to use correctly the "VLIB_trackFeaturesLucasKanade_7x7" function
Thanks a lot
Please provide your email id.
I will share an example demo code for Lucas Kanade function.
In reply to Senthil Kumar Yogamani:
Here my email adress vestaproman(at)gmail(dot)com
I have the same question. Please send me demo code for Lucas Kanade function too. My email: email@example.com.
In reply to Igor:
I sent you the demo project.
But I think it bounced back because of security settings of your mail server.
Could you provide an alternate email id?
Thank you very much.
Same problem here. Would be great if you could send me a demo :)
thanks a lot!
In reply to chrigima:
Please let me know if it is useful for you.
Hi Mr. Kumar,
Could you please send to my email firstname.lastname@example.org the VLIB's Lucas-Kanade demo code?
Weber de Souza Calixto
In reply to weber de souza calixto:
I emailed you the project. Please let me know if it is useful.
I'm also trying to implement Lucas Kanade, can you please send me the example. my email id is mohammedsuhayil at gmail dot com
Thanks and Regards,
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