qdollar is the Python Implementation of $Q Super-Quick Recognizer
qdollar is a python implementation of the $Q Super-Quick Recognizer.
The $Q Super-Quick Recognizer is a 2-D gesture recognizer designed for rapid prototyping of gesture-based user interfaces, especially on low-power mobiles and wearables. It builds upon the $P Point-Cloud Recognizer but optimizes it to achieve a whopping 142Ã— speedup, even while improving its accuracy slightly. $Q is currently the most performant recognizer in the $-family. Despite being incredibly fast, it is still fundamentally simple, easy to implement, and requires minimal lines of code. Like all members of the $-family, $Q is ideal for people wishing to add stroke-gesture recognition to their projects, now blazing fast even on low-capability devices.
To install qdollar using pip
pip install qdollar
from qdollar.recognizer import Gesture,Recognizer, Point t1 = [ Point(0, 0, 1), Point(1, 1, 1), Point(0, 1, 2), Point(1, 0, 2)] tmpl_1 = Gesture('X', t1) tmpl_2 = Gesture('line', [ Point(0, 0), Point(1, 0)]) templates = [ tmpl_1, tmpl_2] gesture = Gesture('A',[Point( 31, 141, 1),Point(109, 222, 1),Point( 22, 219, 2),Point(113, 146, 2)]) res = Recognizer().classify(gesture, templates) print(res.name)
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