Creating an OpenCV 4 Project in Visual Studio 2017

In my previous tutorial, I outlined how to build the OpenCV 4 library on Microsoft Windows 10. In that tutorial, however, I did not mention how to use that library in an actual project. This time around I will be showing you how to create an OpenCV 4 project within Microsoft Visual Studio 2017.

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Let’s Write a Simple Disassembler for the Intel 8080 Microprocessor

Typically my weekends are spent hiking with my camera, but this past weekend I was knocked down by a pretty nasty cold. As a result, I found myself toying around with various programming projects I’ve had laying around. Here for awhile I’ve been curious how … “Let’s Write a Simple Disassembler for the Intel 8080 Microprocessor”

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Dumping Map Tiles from MBTiles Database With Python

MBTiles is a database format, developed by Mapbox, for storing tiled data. It’s a relatively simple database format that allows for a convenient, portable way to store map tile data. Here recently, I’ve been developing code that works with tiled map data, including data contained … “Dumping Map Tiles from MBTiles Database With Python”

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Python – How to Capture Video Feed from Webcam Using OpenCV

Have you ever written code to interface with a webcam? Well, if you have then you know that it can be a royal pain in the ass. And God forbid you want it to be a cross platform solution! The good news is that there … “Python – How to Capture Video Feed from Webcam Using OpenCV”

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Quickly Generating Primes Below n With the Sieve of Eratosthenes

The uses for prime numbers in computer science are nearly endless. They are useful for everything from hashing, cryptology, factorization and all sorts of applications in-between. There exists a great number of algorithms that allow us to quickly generate primes, but today we are going … “Quickly Generating Primes Below n With the Sieve of Eratosthenes”

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