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Before you start About this tutorial One of the nice things about an IDE is that you can do the majority of your development tasks in one application — hence, integrated. It takes time away from your work to have to switch from your IDE to another program.
Lesson 1 -- Create Your First Java Class (11:39)
This example program will capture the video and audio stream from a Logitech QuickCam Pro 3000 USB camera for 10 seconds and stores it on a file, named "testcam.avi".
Getting Java to take snapshots from your webcam or other video capture device is surprisingly easy.
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import java.nio.ByteBuffer; import java.nio.IntBuffer; import javax.media.opengl.GL; import javax.media.opengl.GLAutoDrawable; import javax.media.opengl.GLCanvas; import javax.media.opengl.GLEventListener; import jp.nyatla.nyartoolkit.NyARException; import jp.nyatla.nyartoolkit.core.NyARCode; import jp.nyatla.nyartoolkit.core.types.NyARIntSize; import jp.nyatla.nyartoolkit.jogl.utils.GLNyARParam; import jp.nyatla.nyartoolkit.jogl.utils.GLNyARSingleDetectMarker; import jp.nyatla.nyartoolkit.qt.utils.QtNyARRaster_RGB;
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Since its introduction to the programming community as a whole in 1995, the Java platform has evolved far beyond the "applets everywhere" vision that early Java pundits and evangelists imagined a Java world to be like. Instead, the Java world rose up to Swing, coalesced around servlets, rode that into J2EE, stumbled on EJB, sidestepped over to Spring and Hibernate, added generics and became more dynamic, then functionalized, and continues to grow in all sorts of interesting directions even as I write this. Which leaves the Java programmer who didn't grow up along with the language somewhat overwhelmed. As a speaker, blogger, consultant, and mentor, I am frequently asked by junior and intermediate programmers working in the Java space for resources to help them master this wide, complex, seemingly endless world.