The image processing algorithm visualiser (IPAV)

Recently I have created a Python openCV „frontend“ which allows a creation of computer vision algorithms by simply writing down their comma separated names. It creates a nice square widget chain where every „step“ algorithm has its own picture and info string. Interested? Keep reading!

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kivy 1.9.1 + win7 + Python 3.4.3 + freezing code = creating one „exe“ from your kivy project

How can I deploy my application to the „customer“ so he does not have to install anything else? There are some alternatives with comparison on this site. Here I will show you a way how to freeze your kivy project via pyInstaller under win7.

#and now it’s working !!

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Some physics engine + GUI + Python 3.4 + win7 + OpenCV

  • Panda3D
    • GameDev engine
    • it uses only Python 2.7.3 (22-10-2015)
    •  GUI
      • difficult creation
    • 3D
      • yes
    • physics engine
    • Download
  • Kivy is multiplatform gui engine
    • win, mac, linux and even Android
    • GPU accelerated
    • Free MIT licence
  • KivEnt
    • KivEnt is a Game Engine designed for the Kivy Framework
    • physics library:
      • chipmunk
  • pyGame
    • Python 3
  • PySide
    • Open python Qt wrapper
    • doesn’t support QT5.X (25-10-2015)
  • PyQt
    • Commercial license for proprietary use


GUI only:


Physical engines only

  • cocos2d
    • 2d only
  • Bullet
    • 3d
    • awsome used in Pixar movies, Blender and NASA
  • pymunk
    • Python 2 & 3
    • 2d only
    • multiplatform
    • pythonic – usefull with pygame, pyglet and others
  • pyglet
    • 2d
    • only python 2.X

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OpenCV 3.0.0 + Python 3.4 + Win7 + Numpy + Scipy + Mingw

Hi there, I have a simple dream. Making these work together:

  • Windows 7 [64bit]
  • OpenCV 3.0.0 [32bit] builded from source
    • features2d
    • ffmpeg
  • Python 3.4.X [32bit]
    • tkinter openCV window app
    • .. maybe wxWidget
    • .. maybe PyQt
  • Numpy [32bit] (maybe as a start as it does not have a 64bit prebuilt)

This will be a working tutorial. I’m on it.

People from OpenCV have done a new tutorial here which is nice 🙂 [Last updated on Nov 10, 2015.]

Firstly I do some research…

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gr4gallery = Gallery in Python 2.7.10 + OpenCV 3.0.0 + Tkinter GUI

Hi there fellows, a project emerged from the need of using OpenCV with GUI possibilities larger than trackbar. I am currently keen on Python, but I didn’t want to spend any time finding out how to make OpenCV + Python + Qt work, because the commercial licensing of Qt borthered me too much. Therefore I turned to the only other python GUI library I know so far the good ol‘ Tkinter.


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