I have a script writen in [url removed, login to view] with a c# class that creates a b+w edge detected version of an image. I would now like to be able to detect straight lines and record the x and y values of the start and end of each line. e.g. x1,y1,x2,y2. I imagion this could be achived by comparing pixel values in straight lines then repeating the process with diagonal scans repeated for 0 to 90 degrees. The required variables would be the minimum line length, and % of 0-90deg angles covered for speed/accurasy tuning. If you know a better way of achiving the same result that would be even better.
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Windows XP, [url removed, login to view] + C#