Jump into our new tech series – Computer Vision

by Robin Summerhill on January 8, 2012

Follow our introduction to computer vision on iOS with a hands-on series of articles and demos. We start with the industry-standard computer vision framework, OpenCV, and show you how to build it for iOS and use it in your own projects. Tackling applications like face tracking and augmented reality, we’ll show you how to take advantage of the hardware and processing power of the iPhone 4 and 4s to produce engaging and innovative apps.

Jump in and see what you need to create that killer augmented reality app!

Part 1: Building an OpenCV framework
Part 2: Face tracking

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Thomas March 3, 2012 at 1:05 pm

awesome code – you guy’s are real software-engineers – works out of the box and is transferable to other OpenCV-Code – fantastic!!! -THANK YOU a THOUSAND TIMES!!!

John Newcombe April 6, 2012 at 7:22 am

These are remarkable articles, thank you so much for helping me get started with OpenCV on iOS. I wish you every success with your endeavours and look forward to any future articles.

John Newcombe

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