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I am making project on "motion detection using VS 6.0 MFC and open CV"

Please guide me that

Should i apply motion detection on HSV model. if so then why
and How can morphology help me in this project ? Should i apply this in my project if so then why ?

Plese guide me
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 10-Jun-11 12:07pm    
What is your contribution so far? "I am making project" means you have done something, otherwise you would say "I'm dreaming about making a project" :-)
love bird 10-Jun-11 13:11pm    
yes @sakryukov, i just convert RGB to HSV and then i tried to extract frames .. and difference between frames .. but i am getting some bugs ..
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 10-Jun-11 16:52pm    
Useless information. How can you imagine anyone could help you with "some bugs"... Well, fix them. Not a question.
love bird 10-Jun-11 22:09pm    
ohh no Sir, I am trying to fix that .. I think i did not mention that its my first time in image processing work. So i am doing mistakes and getting errors.. i am trying to handle it ..

Actually i just want to know that morphology can help me in motion detection if so then how and why should i use morphology..
i saw one project thats was related to hand mouse motion. there coder applied first time dilate 5x5 mask and then erode . dilate .erode . dilate eroide five times with 7x7 mask and then in last coder applied dilate with 5x5 mask..

I did not understand his logic.. Why did you apply morphology like this ..

As i know that dilate expand the object and remove the noise .and erode shrink the object .

but to be really frank that how and why i should use morphology..Should i do like above coder thinking..

I did not understand his logic..

Can you please guide me thanks

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