Nov. 15, 2023, 8:04 p.m. | /u/tham77

Computer Vision

I have just completed a web-based object monitoring, tracking, and alarm program. It was developed using Qt for WebAssembly and nanodet. Due to various limitations of the web, it currently only supports image transmission using WebSockets.The web application can be opened using Firefox or Chrome. I have provided two Python scripts to help users [transmit frame]( and [receive alarms]( via WebSockets.

I chose to use Qt for WebAssembly because of its high portability. This makes it very convenient for demos, …

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