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Here is a collection of code fragments demonstrating some features of the OpenCV Python bindings. Convert an image >>> import cv >>> im = cv . LoadImageM ( "building.jpg" ) >>> print type ( im ) <type 'cv.cvmat'> >>> cv . SaveImage ( "foo.png" , im )
Create your own MMORPG in just 10 EASY steps!!! The Torque MMO Kit IDE features integrated file management, Python/TorqueScript editing, and automation for common tasks . In just 10 easy steps, you can create your very own MMORPG for both the Torque Game Engine and Torque Game Engine Advanced *wink* *wink* *nudge* *nudge* ;) Here's a preview of a (very early) build presented in tutorial form. 1.
The GLSL ,acronym of OpenGL Shading Language , forms part of the programming languages for the graphics card’s vertex and pixel processors, for the same reason as the HLSL of Direct3D or the Cg of nVidia . The vertex and pixel processors are processing units, to be found in the GPU (Graphics Processing Unit), which act respectively on the vertices and the pixels. In order not to repeat what I have already said on the presentation of programmable shaders, please see part 3 of the tutorial on graphics controllers . To seriously approach the programming of vertex and pixel shaders in GLSL, it is strongly recommended to equip yourself with the Orange Book, the reference book as far as GLSL is concerned (de Randi Rost - ISBN: 0-321-19789-5): Fig. 1 - The reference book on the GLSL language