01 Nov '13, 3am

@twiz718 We ended up working through a few different variants. We drew a lot of inspiration from this:

@twiz718 We ended up working through a few different variants. We drew a lot of inspiration from this:

I started out with blob detection, which simply means detecting, locating and measuring an object in an image. A really simple way of doing something like that (without having to worry about object textures and creepy stuff like that), is to use color to identify blobs. In this article, we’re going to build a clown’s nose detector by finding the biggest red blob in an image. We won’t use any computer vision libraries, the only thing we’ll need is ChunkyPNG by @wvanbergen (but you can use any library that allows you to loop over a image’s pixels).

Full article: http://jeffkreeftmeijer.com/2011/pure-ruby-colored-blob-d...

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