Author Archive: drndos

How to increase memory for applications on your Freelander I30

Hey guys, some of you may have experienced: “Error downloading …. There is insufficient space on device. While trying to download application from google play. MTK powered android devices with 4gb/8gb usually have their internal ROM partitioned so that you have only 1gb space for your applications. Disclaimer: Please backup all your data, contacts, messages, applications and stuff as in the process all will be lost. Rooting your device voids warranty. This guide should work for (tested on Freelander I30): Feiteng H7189 (Android 4.2.1 Jellybean) Feiteng H9500 (Android 4.2.1 Jellybean) ISA A19Q (Android 4.2.1 Jellybean) Star X920 Butterfly (Android 4.2.1 Jellybean) x…
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How to do face recognition in OpenCV and how to improve it by aligning faces

After a long time here I come with some great news. In my semestral project for computer vision I worked on application which can improve face recognition by rotating faces so they align with training set. Without further adue here it comes: Face recognition consists of these steps: Create training set for face recognition Load training set for face recognition Train faces and create model Capture/load image where you want to recognize people Find face/s Adjust the image for face recognition (greyscale, crop, resize, rotate …) Use trained model for face recognition Display result This post requires you to have…
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FacePreview on Android with native libraries

Android has its own face recognition and we don’t need OpenCV to find faces on pictures or while shooting with camera. In this example I used FaceDetector to find faces on Bitmap image which I had to create from Raw data. The biggest problem of this solution is the conversion. Since FaceDetector supports RGB_565 and many android cameras support only YUV. I tested this on my Huawei Honor 2 with NV21 bitmap image type. If your device supports other image format feel free to edit code and/or post your conversion function in comments or ask for help if needed. Second…
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Puk 1.0.3 Released

There are two things we enjoy the most in Slovakia, playing and being with friends and watching our national hockey or football team, preferably both together. But there is always a question: What to do between two periods ? Well, I thought it would be great to play something simple with my friends so I created this game. Enjoy! Requirements: Multitouch screen, Android 2.2+ Screenshots (v1.0.0): Changelog: Game renamed from Ball game to Puk Initial puck speed slightly increased Download: http://www.drndos.sk/puk_103.apk

How to index your Book Library

Hello guys! I have pretty big book library and people tend to lend books and never return them. So I asked myself: What would be the best way to track my books ? Then it hit me. Smartphones can read barcodes and Google can recognize books by its barcode. I downloaded app for android called BookShelf. I created new shelf for every shelf I have and scanned all those barcodes. Then I created app in Java which reads xmls exported by BookShelf and uses Google API to recognize books. The I used my own API to manage database.

How to run JavaCV (with sample face recognition) on Android ARM device – Netbeans and nbandroid

I promised some tutorials so here we go. Here is simple tutorial of how to detect face on Android device using Netbeans IDE with nbandroid, JavaCV wrapper to OpenCV and FFMpeg. Android developers in netbeans skip to step 6 Download and install Netbeans – http://www.netbeans.org/ Download and install nbandroid plugin to netbeans http://nbandroid.org/wiki/index.php/Installation Download Android SDK – http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html Extract it Run SDK manager Download desired SDK (ARM system image is essential since javacv supports only arm)– I suggest 4.0.3 and update what you can Download drivers for your phone or Create android virtual device Create AVD make sure you select back…
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Augmented Reality and Artificial Intelligence

Technology is taking part of our daily life. It serves us and help us find solutions to problems or ease our way through solving them. As technology progresses new ways of interaction between people and computers pop out. Computers are already expanding our view and knowledge but I think the better way is for computers to literally expand our view by augmenting what we see and help us find solutions right in front our eyes by capturing what we see and augmenting it with solution. This is what I think will be the way technology will go over next few…
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