I have a video which is capture from a moving car and video showing plenty of details like pools, human, cars/buses, roads, etc, etc.

The video I am playing in unity3d and camera Showing that video and user is allow to click on video. I want to get different information from the videos like if someone clicked on video (like clicked on a bus object), then, unity UI should show that it is a bus object. It something like object detection in video within unity environment.

From last couple of days I searched and found different things like :

  1. OpenCV for Unity3d an asset on asset store but cost is the problem. So is there any tut or custom way available that i should write it myself?
  2. Yolo but its in python and i found no integration guide that I follow and integrate it in unity.
  3. EmguCV Unity is also an option but its github don't conver any guide, I downloaded its project there is not sample or docs. And its paid version cost is about 400$.

Is there any third thing compatible with unity3d? or do i can use/integrate above given projects in unity?

  • $\begingroup$ I might be a little confused but if you have a video why don't you just process it with YOLO? You don't need to write code for Unity. A couple of other points: 1) YOLO has an option to use OpenCV 2) YOLO is written in C. The Python 'version' is a wrapper to the C code. $\endgroup$ – Brian O'Donnell Dec 20 '17 at 3:15
  • $\begingroup$ Thanks @BrianO'Donnell, i found that YOLO can do object detection in video and its performance is better. I saw open cv it also processing video but its performance is very slow. it dropping the FPS very low. Therefore, i think that Yolo is right solution and i want its integration guide. OpenCV is very costly for me inside unity and as i told you that its performance in not good. $\endgroup$ – Muhammad Faizan Khan Dec 20 '17 at 4:19
  • $\begingroup$ I can't do video's object detection in unity. $\endgroup$ – Muhammad Faizan Khan Dec 20 '17 at 4:19

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