Going Reactive with play frame work

Reactive programming is where the program reacts to events. With the popularity of event-driven, scalable, and real-time interactive architectures the concept of “reactiveness” is increasingly gaining attention. The concept is growing in importance in the Java domain in recent years as Netflix has created its RxJava library and Lightbend has created its Akka middleware stack.


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Background Substraction with MOG2

Background Subtraction/Foreground detection is a very important step in detecting interesting objects in the footage. There are several methods to do this,
1. Absolute Difference Method
2. MOG (Mixture of Gaussian)
3. MOG 2
4. GMG

In this post, I will discuss the MOG technique for the background subtraction.


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