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Visual Chess Recognition

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Description

The goal of the proposed project is to correctly detect and identify a chessboard and the con guration of its pieces through the application of image processing techniques. Such an algorithm could be used to automatically record a game between two players without the need for a digital chess set, which can cost hundreds of dollars. In addition, image-based detection of chess pieces is a vital step in building chess-playing robots, as the playing strategy of the robot depends on its knowing the locations of its own chess pieces and the pieces of its opponent. Chess-playing robots can be used for fun and have furthermore been considered as an interactive toy that helps in developing the learning abilities of children .

 

Chess board before and after setting red ang green squares to white

Chess board before and after setting red ang green squares to white

 

Piece identification after voting

Piece identification after voting

 

Recognition of Grocery Items in a Shopping Cart

 

https://stanford.edu/class/ee368/Project_Spring_1415/Reports/Danner_Kafafy.pdf

 

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