Augmented reality card based application with Python, numpy and OpenCV
- Place the image of the surface to be tracked inside the
- On line 36 of
'model.jpg'with the name of the image you just copied inside the
- On line 40 of
'fox.obj'with the name of the model you want to render. To change the size of the rendered model change the scale parameter (number
3) in line 103 of
src/ar_main.pyby a suitable number. This might require some trial and error.
- Open a terminal session inside the project folder and run
Command line arguments
-r: Draws the projection of the reference surface on the video frame as a blue rectangle.
-m: Draws matches between reference surface and video frame.
If you get the message:
Unable to capture video
printed to your terminal, the most likely cause is that your OpenCV installation has been compiled without FFMPEG support. Pre-built OpenCV packages such as the ones downloaded via pip are not compiled with FFMPEG support, which means that you have to build it manually.
If you get the error:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "src/ar_main.py", line 174, in main() File "src/ar_main.py", line 40, in main obj = OBJ(os.path.join(dir_name, 'models/fox.obj'), swapyz=True) File "[...]/augmented-reality/src/objloader_simple.py", line 16, in init v = v, v, v TypeError: 'map' object is not subscriptable
The most likely cause is that you are trying to execute the code with Python 3 and the code is written in Python 2. The
map function in Python 3 returns an iterable object of type map, and not a subscriptible list. To fix it, change the calls to
list(map()) on lines 14, 19 and 24 of
See this blog entries for an in-depth explanation of the logic behind the code: