I would like to display this data as shown in the video (almost instantaneously).
To do this, I would like to use algorithms (I have no idea how to do this yet) to mark the edges of the tread blocks (different colour).
I would then also like to capture the so-called negative profile (mark the floor) and then create a “path” so that this path can be converted into a G-code so that it can be copied via a milling machine.
I’m wondering which OpenCV I need for this and what else I need.
Even though I don’t know that much about programming yet, I have the impression that C++ is more suitable than Python.
As I don’t speak English, I have to translate everything.
maybe just give up on C++ and use Python instead. don’t bother with all that hassle. and if anyone tells you “Python is slow”, they’re dumb and have no clue how to use it right. I began using Python in the early/mid 2000s, been using it for all kinds of purposes, including scientific and high performance computing. with some brains and the right libraries, there is no issue at all. my experience is that people refuse to listen. I have stopped caring why. they can never explain why, except “someone said it sucks”. I wish people would listen without me having to assert any claims to authority.
that’s what CMake is for. cmake can turn one small CMake file into whatever you want, makefiles, vscode-compatible stuff (ninja?), Visual Studio solution/project, …
Welcome to C++. it’s a legacy language. the world is beginning to mock it like it deserves. if you think fortran is old and icky, you should think the same about C++. the only thing keeping C++ going is the immense mountain range of legacy code bases. same thing for fortran and all other legacy languages. It’ll take decades for everyone to finally ditch it for anything else.