OpenCV 4.5.1 has been released with BEBLID, a new descriptor that allows you to Improving Your Image Matching Results By 14% with one Line Of Code
One of the most exciting features in OpenCV 4.5.1 is BEBLID (Boosted Efficient Binary Local Image Descriptor) , a new descriptor able to increase the image matching accuracy while reducing the execution time! This post is going to show you an example of how this magic can be done. In this example we are going to match these two images related by a viewpoint change:
First of all, it is important to ensure that the correct version of OpenCV is installed.
OpenCV is a huge open-source library for computer vision, machine learning, and image processing. OpenCV supports a wide variety of programming languages like Python, C++, Java, etc. OpenCV is one of the most popular computer vision libraries. If you want to start your journey in the field of computer vision, then a thorough understanding of the concepts of OpenCV is of paramount importance.
This article is about the basic concepts behind a digital image, the processing of it, and hence, also the fundaments of CV. In the end, you can find a simple code implementation with Python using OpenCV. Understanding the Basics of Digital Image Processing and Computer Vision using OpenCV
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