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Scotland on Rails videos are up

by cory on June 3rd, 2009
Here's mine, from my talk "Who Needs Photoshop? Creative Image Manipulation in Ruby." This was my first time speaking at a conference. Do I look as nervous as I felt?

Who Needs Photoshop? at Scotland on Rails from bantic on Vimeo.

Engineyard is hosting the rest of the Scotland on Rails videos.

From → ruby, travel, video

3 Comments
  1. Hey Mark, I don't remember seeing that particular error. Can you pastie a
    stacktrace?

  2. Hi Cory,
    I'd like to give you a bigger stack trace but it appears to only give me this:

    face_detect.rb:15: warning: OpenCV error code (-206) : cvGetMat (2882 in cxarray.cpp)
    face_detect.rb:15:in `detect_objects': Unrecognized or unsupported array type (OpenCV::CvStatusBadFlag)
    from face_detect.rb:15

    What I can tell you is that the application starts and shows a white box on the desktop, and the green light for the isight becomes active. However, nothing happens until I press a key. Once I do press any key I get that error.

    Is that helpful at all? Do you know how I can produce a proper stack trace for you?

    Thanks for trying to help!
    Mark

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