The second example loads the OpenCV library; creates an identity matrix; and print its content in the console window.
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This is the beginning of a series of posts related to using OpenCV and Processing in the Linux environment. I built the OpenCV 3.0.0 rc1 in Ubuntu. By putting the 2 files, libopencv_java300.so and opencv-300.jar in the code folder of a sketch, I can use the alpha version 3.0a7 of Processing and the official Java binding of OpenCV together to prepare for the examples of a newly proposed book in image processing and computer vision. I do not use the OpenCV for Processing library by Greg Borenstein, in order to reveal the underlying working mechanism of OpenCV for learning purpose.
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