👩🏫Fully working example of the OpenCV library used together with React Native
A fully working example of the OpenCV library used together with React Native.
This tutorial is how to use React Native together with OpenCV for image processing. This example uses native Java and Objective-C bindings for OpenCV. In this example we use the device's camera to take a photo and detect whether the taken photo is clear or blurred.
The examples below show the situation right after taking a photo. The first one shows what happens if we take a blurry photo and the second one is the situation after we took a clear photo and are able to proceed with it to do whatever we want.
Update build.gradle under imported OpenCV module to update 4 fields to match your project's
Add module dependency by Application -> Module Settings, and select the Dependencies tab. Click + icon at bottom, choose Module Dependency and select the imported OpenCV module. For Android Studio v1.2.2, to access to Module Settings : in the project view, right-click the dependent module -> Open Module Settings.
In case of any
downloadAndInsertOpenCV.shscript related errors, please, check the paths inside this file and change them if they do not match yours. If this script does not run at all since it has no permissions, run
chmod 777 downloadAndInsertOpenCV.sh.
If you do not have
React Nativeinstalled, type
npm i -g react-native-cliin the terminal.
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