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Hello: This book must be in the shelf of any serious student of OpenCV.
I didn't have any C++ experience before (only Matlab, Python, Java), but the book did a good job of introducing me to an object-oriented approach to image analysis.
The only drawback of the book would be not even mentioning OpenCV's Python API, which is great for prototyping.
There are two issues which downgrade my rating from five stars to three stars:
1. In Chapter 5, the majority of sample code failed to be compiled. Read more
Holy Moly, why some people are giving this book bad feedback? Let's be sensible guys, the book is not for teaching computer vision; it is for using OpenCV, give me a break for... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bandar
The book is self explained in many topics, just have one little problem, regarding with instructions to set up OpenCV using QT, there are a couple of missed steps, but in general... Read morePublished on September 13, 2012 by Rivalcoba
I bought this book because my "Learning OpenCV" book does not have OpenCV 2.x. This book does the job as an updated quick reference guide, but it is not as complete as its older... Read morePublished on July 9, 2012 by Gilson Lima
I found this book and the source code that comes with it (download from publisher's web site) extremely useful for setting up a video tracking project for my work. Read morePublished on August 29, 2011 by AmphiOxus