Open Computer Vision Library
Welcome to the OpenCV Competition 2022! The previous three competitions have been amazing. This competition is somewhat different with minimal restrictions. Participants will have as long as 4 months to solve real world problems they are interested in using OpenCV. No restrictions on the types of problems, the hardware to use, and the programming language used. The only requirement is to use OpenCV to complete your projects.
Red Dot Scanner: A laser-based optical 3D scanner
Aquatic Recycling via Autonomous Duckweed Collection in Lake Titicaca
虚拟点读学习系统 Virtual Point-to-Read Learning System
From August 22nd on, teams can send email to [email protected] to apply for the competition. The email must include a problem statement, brief solution using OpenCV, team’s name and capability, and these should be written down in a PDF file (here is a sample PDF). Please make the subject line in the form [OpenCV Competition] Application: TeamName - ProjectTitle.
Teams must submit their application for the competition by 23:59:59 October 31st 2022 UTC-8.
Teams must submit their projects to [email protected] by 23:59:59 December 18th 2022 UTC-8. Submissions should include a detailed project report, source code, demo videos/images etc. Please make the subject line in the form [OpenCV Competition] Submission: TeamName - ProjectTitle.
Winners of the Grand Prize, the Orbbec Awards and the KhadasAwards will be announced.
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