Basic Object & Motion Detection Using a Raspberry Pi

Introduction: Basic Object & Motion Detection Using a Raspberry Pi

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This post showcases the basic principles behind object and motion detection.

Step 1: Watch the Video

The video gives you an overview of object detection and motion detection in general. It's much easier to understand how everything works using a video and that is why this post will not repeat everything again.

Step 2: Download & Run the Scripts

You can use the following link to download the scripts and sample images that are used in the video.

https://github.com/bnbe-club/opencv-object-detection-diy-33

This is the second post on image processing so if you haven't already read the first one, then please use the following link which will take you to it. That post gives you an overview of openCV and also shows you how to install everything.

https://www.instructables.com/id/Image-Processing-With-the-Raspberry-Pi-Installing-/

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    renevincemartin1998
    renevincemartin1998

    6 months ago on Step 2

    Hi i really appreciated your work. But im having a problem on contours, hierarchy =cvw... and so on. It says that too many values to unpack.