Extracting colors from Rubik's Cube (Computer Vision)

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For my computer vision project I developed a program that can quickly read in a state of the Rubik’s cube using techniques from Computer Vision.

Implemented in Python using the OpenCV library.


Source: https://cyrrion.com
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17 Comments
  1. MorTobXD says

    Very nice!

  2. Hernando Bolanos says

    good job!!

  3. Vinícius Pereira says

    I am trying to develop a similar program, but I not sure of what I have to do now. I can use opencv and also aply filters in images, but I don't know exactly how to extract the information I need.

  4. Nathan Raposo says

    codigo do projetto ?

  5. Ulises Paredes says

    rola el code

  6. My Perspective says

    That is pretty cool.

  7. nikunj suvagiya says

    hi
    can you give me some help for making this code
    what libraries did you use for this project from opencv
    and if possible can you give me code of this project please

  8. DLC ENERGY says

    This is absolutely amazing!
    It's so quick at analyzing the image!
    I tried this a while ago using python a few months ago, but it weren't as accurate, and it were pretty slow… 🙁

    Could you please give me a link to the source code?
    The link in the description is invalid… 🙁

  9. Benedikt Kolb says

    Could you provide the code? It would help me 😀

  10. Flexxkii says

    Nice! Is it possible to make this for android? Android is Java based so it wont be difficult would it?

  11. Vizor says

    Wow really impressive could you do a tutorial on setting up opencv for python so you can
    import cv with python etc?

  12. Dominic Waithe says

    Really nice demonstration, thanks very much!

  13. CX gamer says

    OMG I have the same mouse! 😀

  14. Arcifer says

    Indeed, i love these tutorials, sad to see this was the last part, hoped we'd get into a lot more 🙂 Greetings from sweden!

  15. 7VoltCrayon says

    I made a similar porgram, mine is a bit slower though, but Ive integrated it with a solver I made so it also shows you how to solve it 😀
    Nice work!

  16. intensityI says

    Did anyone wonder if you could solve the cube?

  17. qqwref says

    Pretty cool setup there. Could this be modified to easily work with bigger cubes (4×4 and 5×5, say)? Would it be hard to link this to a solver?

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