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Ioannis Pavlidis, Vassilios Morellas, Pete Roeber
The rapid spread of PC-based cameras has popularized an array of software applications where computer video programming plays a crucial role. These applications include smart user interfaces (eye-controlled), video conferencing, automated security and surveillance, industrial inspection, and web cameras. This book comes at a critical time when web cameras and cameras in general are becoming ubiquitous and are communicating with computers in one way or another. This in turn is fueling demand for developers who are well versed in computer video processing applications. This book, the first on the topic, includes clear explanations of relevant computer vision concepts when introducing video processing coding examples. Special attention is given to the development of web-based video processing applications through the use of DirectX & Java.