Draw a Line in OpenCV and Python beyond given points
by vigneshchennai74 Updated: Feb 1, 2023
OpenCV is a computer vision library written in C++ and widely used for image and video processing. It offers a range of features for working with photographs and movies, including the ability to load and save images, use filters, find edges, and find and track objects. In collaboration, applications involving image and video processing are frequently created using Python and OpenCV. This combination enables you to develop solid and adaptable programs that can address various computer vision issues.
In our work as developers, we frequently must read and rotate the photos in our applications to complete various image processing activities, such as recognition, upload, augmentation, training, and many more. There are numerous libraries for Python that enable working with images. Python has features for manipulating, enhancing, and creating more images. In addition to using additional OpenCV functions to apply other transformations to the image, such as scaling, cropping, and applying filters, you can modify the angle of rotation and the image's size to get the desired effect.
Here is an example of how we can draw a line beyond the second point using opencv
Preview of the output that you will get on running this code from your IDE
In this solution we use the numpy and open cv library
import cv2 import numpy as np sizeofscr = 500 blank_image = np.zeros((sizeofscr,sizeofscr,3), np.uint8) p1 = (290,230) p2 = (100,100) blank_image = cv2.circle(blank_image, p1, 10, (255, 0, 0), 2) blank_image = cv2.circle(blank_image, p2, 10, (255, 0, 0), 2) fx = abs(p1 - p2) fy = abs(p1 - p2) if (p1+p1) > (p2+p2): if fx < fy: temp = abs(sizeofscr - p1) / fy fx = (temp * fx) + p1 fy = (temp * fy) + p1 blank_image = cv2.line(blank_image,(int(fx),int(fy)),p2,(0,0,255),3) else: temp = abs(sizeofscr - p1) / fx fx = (temp * fx) + p1 fy = (temp * fy) + p1 blank_image = cv2.line(blank_image,(int(fx),int(fy)),p2,(0,0,255),3) else: if fx < fy: temp = abs(sizeofscr - p1) / fy fx = (temp * fx) + p1 fy = (temp * fy) + p1 blank_image = cv2.line(blank_image,(int(fx),int(fy)),p1,(0,0,255),3) else: temp = abs(sizeofscr - p1) / fx fx = (temp * fx) + p1 fy = (temp * fy) + p1 blank_image = cv2.line(blank_image,(int(fx),int(fy)),p1,(0,0,255),3) cv2.imshow("test",blank_image) cv2.waitKey(0)
- Copy the code using the "Copy" button above, and paste it in a Python file in your IDE.
- Import open Cv library and Numpy library.
- Modify the name and Length of the points.
- Run the file to draw a line.
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I tested this solution in the following versions. Be mindful of changes when working with other versions
- The solution is created and executed in python version 3.7.15 .
- The solution is tested on OpenCV 4.6.0 version
- The solution is tested on numpy 1.21.6
Using this solution, we are going to draw a line beyond the second given point using the OpenCv library and numpy library in Python with simple steps. This process also facilities an easy to use, hassle free method to create a hands-on working version of code which would help us draw a image in Python
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