Public webcams can be a great data source for object detection. In this post, we'll learn Object Detection on Public Webcam with OpenCV and YOLOv4.
I wrote several articles already on object detection with Tensorflow and OpenCV. Now I wanted to try detecting people with Tensorflow and OpenCV on public webcams .
Well, the results were disappointing. I tried three different models from the Tensorflow model zoo but none of them worked due to the small size of the people on the webcams. These models barely detected anything which were distant from the camera.
Previously I have seen a lot of videos where people, even far from the camera, were detected successfully with YOLO, v3 or v4, so I decided now to give a try.
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Real Time Object Detection in Python And OpenCV Github Link: https://github.com/Chando0185/Object_DetectionBlog Link: https://knowledgedoctor37.blogspot.com/...
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