Read and recognize the counter of an electricity meter with OpenCV.
- g++, make
- OpenCV 2 or 3 (Debian/Ubuntu/Raspbian:
apt-get install libopencv-dev) - developed with OpenCV 2.3.1 and later ported to OpenCV 3.2.0
- RRDtool (
apt-get install rrdtool librrd-dev)
- log4cpp (
apt-get install liblog4cpp5-dev)
cd emeocv make
emeocv [-i <dir>|-c <cam>] [-l|-t|-a|-w|-o <dir>] [-s <delay>] [-v <level>] Image input: -i <image directory> : read image files (png) from directory. -c <camera number> : read images from camera. Operation: -a : adjust camera. -o <directory> : capture images into directory. -l : learn OCR. -t : test OCR. -w : write OCR data to RR database. This is the normal working mode. Options: -s <n> : Sleep n milliseconds after processing of each image (default=1000). -v <l> : Log level. One of DEBUG, INFO, ERROR (default).
Copyright 2015,2018 Martin Kompf
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