This tutorial shows one of the simplest way in which an Android application can use OpenCV (i.e., via the OpenCV application helper classes). The application grabs preview frames from the camera in real time, and displays them in full screen mode either using OpenCV’s Java or native camera API. It also allows the user to switch between the Java and native modes.
In this instructable i show you how to do real time face detection using OpenCV library with Java programming language. Requirements: 1- PC or laptop contains JDK. Starting from version 2.4.4 OpenCV includes desktop Java bindings. The most simple way to get it is downloading the appropriate package of version 2.4.4 or higher from the OpenCV SourceForge repository. Note Windows users can find the prebuilt files needed for Java development in the opencv/build/java/ folder inside the package. For other OSes it's required to build OpenCV from sources. Where are the Java jar libraries for the openCV core extensions so that I can import it in my java code? I cannot find a single place where they have taught how to get everything set up properly. I am using Ubuntu 12.04 and I have openCV installed. I want to use it in eclipse IDE, and eclipse needs a jar file so that I can use openCV functions. Please help me in configure the opencv for eclipse juno in java. Asked 2013-05-16 01:40:34 -0500 mohammad mehdi 21.
Exception in thread 'main' java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no opencvjava244 in java.library.path at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary(Unknown Source) at java.lang.Runtime.loadLibrary0(Unknown Source) at java.lang.System.loadLibrary(Unknown Source) at camStatisticsTests.RawTests.main(RawTests.java:20) What am i doing wrong?
Observe the following special permissions in the
AndroidManifest.xml file, which allow access to the device camera:
Note also, the following lines in the
AndroidManifest.xml file that enable the application to run in full screen mode:
The tutorial only defines the Android Activity class, and uses the helper View classes from OpenCV (
NativeCameraView). The application’s layout is described in the
tutorial1_surface_view.xml file as the following:
The above statements create and make invisible two full screen views of the predefined OpenCV types. Each view can become visible, depending on the application menu choice selected by the user. The application's
Activity class is defined in the
TutorialActivity.java file. The code to initialize OpenCV asynchronously via the OpenCV Manager Android service is as follows:
Note that it is not allowed to use OpenCV Java calls or load the native libraries that call OpenCV native functions before invoking this callback.
Tutorial1Activity class implements the
CvCameraViewListener2 interface that allows the app to subscribe to the
onCameraFrame callback. This callback delivers a new frame from the camera for processing before displaying it. The subscription is done with the following call:
On receiving a new frame, the activity class does not process it in any way, and simply returns it, displaying as:
Note: If you wish to call OpenCV for Tegra Java functions in your existing Eclipse Android projects, use the steps listed below to correctly setup your Android projects.
For more details see: http://docs.opencv.org/doc/tutorials/introduction/android_binary_package/dev_with_OCV_on_Android.html#java
Note: It is also possible to employ so-called 'static' initialization of the OpenCV libraries instead of asynchronous initialization with the OpenCV Manager.
The detailed procedure for how to do this is here . However, note the following exceptions to these instructions for development with OpenCV for Tegra.
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I'm trying to connect to a public IP camera (http://iris.not.iac.es/axis-cgi/mjpg/...) in Java by using the following:
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However, it refuses to open. It doesn't throws any error messages nor anything. I've tried running it as admin, downgrading from OpenCV 3.0.0 to 2.4.11, trying to connect to a different IP camera.. nothing. Since it's such a simple program I just can't figure out what's wrong.
I'm using OpenCV 3.0.0, Eclipse Mars 1 4.5.1 and Win7 64bits.
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Check this answer here: http://answers.opencv.org/question/13... ... I quickly tried with appending '?x.mjpeg' to your url and it worked (x can be anything). Although I don't know why, so I'm just adding that as comment.