Three-frame-difference custom algorithm for video change detection.
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ChangeD3t

Academic project implementing a custom three-frame-difference algorithm for video change detection. Very experimental stage.

ChangeD3t

ChangeD3t is a simple academic project implementing a custom trhee-frame-difference algorithm for better video change detection. It is based on OpenCV library and you won't be able to run it without configuring properly your local environment.

I'm not going to update the code and create a full automatic build system, so if you're interested in this work please let me know.

Sorry for the PDF documentation in italian language, but it is as it was :) Please, contact me directly if you'd like to have a translated version.

LICENSE - "MIT License"

Copyright (c) 2013 Alessio Della Motta, http://alessiodellamotta.com

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