Hi anyone have any experience with outdoor pedestrian detection. Im using the good old Eyes module at the mo' with differenced video coming in, so I see only moving stuff. Its not bad at all, but I'm sure there must be a better way...My problem is with two detected moving objects, the bounding box leaps from one to the second and back rapdily. In a more CV way, it should be possible to detect differences between previous and incoming frames so that large movement of the bounding box can be safely ignored, so the detection would stick with the first object detected. Anyone have any experience of this they could share??
Try to set "same area change" to 100 to disable it and start with a value of 5 for the "same max dist" and see what is happening.
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are the pedestrians close enough to be captured by a Kinect? It doesn't work so well through glass, so you need to br able to mount it outside.
@dbini hi no not really
@michel thats better.