I'm trying to draw a polygon using the python interface to opencv, cv2. I've created an empty image, just a 640x480 numpy array. I have a list of polygons (four point quadrilaterals) that I want to draw on the image, however, I can't seem to get the formate right to instruct cv2 where the quadrilaterals should be, and I keep getting this error:
OpenCV Error: Assertion failed (points.checkVector(2, CV_32S) >= 0) in fillConvexPoly, file .../OpenCV-2.4.0/modules/core/src/drawing.cpp, line 2017
My code consists of essentially the following:
binary_image = np.zeros(image.shape,dtype='int8') for rect in expected: print(np.array(rect['boundary'])) cv2.fillConvexPoly(binary_image, np.array(rect['boundary']), 255) fig = pyplot.figure(figsize=(16, 14)) ax = fig.add_subplot(111) ax.imshow(binary_image) pyplot.show()
where my list of rects in expected has the 'boundary' containing the value of a list of (x,y) points. The code prints:
[[ 91 233] [419 227] [410 324] [ 94 349]]
I figured that this is the list of points for a polygon, but apparently that list has an invalid
points.checkvector, whatever that is. A google search for that error turned up nothing useful.
The AssertionError is telling you that OpenCV wants a signed, 32-bit integer. The array of polygon points should have that particular data type (e.g.
points = numpy.array(A,dtype='int32') ). You could also just cast it for the function call (i.e.
my_array.astype('int32') ) or as a friend put it once...
cv2.fillConvexPoly(binary_image, np.array(rect['boundary']), 255)
cv2.fillConvexPoly(binary_image, np.array(rect['boundary'], 'int32'), 255)
import numpy as np import cv2 import matplotlib.pyplot as plt a3 = np.array( [[[10,10],[100,10],[100,100],[10,100]]], dtype=np.int32 ) im = np.zeros([240,320],dtype=np.uint8) cv2.fillPoly( im, a3, 255 ) plt.imshow(im) plt.show()