3D Augmented Reality using OpenCV and Python


Ross D Milligan

It is time. For. 3D Augmented Reality.

In a previous post, Augmented Reality using OpenCV and Python, I was able to augment my live webcam stream with a cube:

augmentedreality_policeman

In my last two posts, Glyph recognition using OpenCV and Python and Glyph recognition using OpenCV and Python (Mark II), I was able to draw devils on glyphs:

Top notch!

So why not bring this all together, and stick a cube on top of each devil:

Perfect. So. What. Next >>>

Well, now that we know how to project a 3D space around our glyphs, let’s render something more pretty than a grey cube. Stay tuned.

P.S.

Here’s all the code, which the previous posts explain:

The main program

glyphfunctions.py

glyphdatabase.py

effects.py

webcam.py

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