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Thread: How to recognise objects from a new window

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    Default How to recognise objects from a new window

    Hi,

    I'm trying to make an app that recognises the details of a poker table, eg. my hole cards, how many players, their stack and my position at the table.

    Firstly, I was thinking of image processing, but I know these algoritms takes time and for this case in particulary will be very difficult. Do you have any other suggestions for doing this?

    If it helps, I can upload a picture with a normal table from a random platform.


    My second idea is to use the poker sotware client to obtain the infos that I need. The problem for this solution is that I'd like to remain hidden from the platform.

    Thanks for your help and I'm sorry if I wasn't explicit enough. If you have unclarities, you can ask and I'll try to be more explicit.


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    Default Re: How to recognise objects from a new window

    So you want to "tap into" another program?

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    Default Re: How to recognise objects from a new window

    Quote Originally Posted by lightOfDay View Post
    So you want to "tap into" another program?
    Not quite.

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    I want to "tap in" into the program just to save the info I need. I want to create a poker boot, a program that can take better and quicker math decions than the average poker player. These boots are banned by the platform, that's the reason for running in "hidden mode".
    Pokerstars, for example, scannes your computer while you play for programmes that they banned (they have a list for that purpose).

    Anyway, for starters, I'm looking for a way to detect my cards without image detecting.
    Last edited by jps; October 16th, 2012 at 12:59 PM.

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