Object detection in OpenCV and JavaFX: tennis balls recognizer
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Object Recognition with OpenCV and JavaFX

Computer Vision course - Politecnico di Torino

A project, made in Eclipse (Neon), for identify and track one or more tennis balls. It performs the detection of the tennis balls upon a webcam video stream by using the color range of the balls, erosion and dilation, and the findContours method. Some screenshots of the running project are available in the screenshots folder.

Please, note that the project is an Eclipse project, made for teaching purposes. Before using it, you need to install the OpenCV library (version 3.x) and JavaFX 8 and create a User Library named opencv that links to the OpenCV jar and native libraries.

A guide for getting started with OpenCV and Java is available at http://opencv-java-tutorials.readthedocs.org/en/latest/index.html.