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OpenCV install instructions

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### Table of Contents
* [Introduction](#introduction)
* [Setup](#setup)
- [Ubuntu](#ubuntu)
- [Mac](#mac)
- [Other systems](#other-systems)
- [Cygwin](#cygwin)
* [Contributing](#contributing)
* [License](#license)
### Introduction
Minotaur is the controls software for our microrobots. It is being actively developed
with the following goals in mind:
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2. Use `brew install python3`
3. Verify the python version (minimum 3.4) with `python3 --version`
### Installing OpenCV 2
1. OpenCV 2 is the supported version, although OpenCV 3 should work
2. `brew install opencv@2` or `brew install opencv`
## Building Minotaur
Here you can either install CLion and import the project (recommended) or
1. `git clone https://github.com/uwnrg/minotaur-cpp.git`
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From a fresh install, you will need these packages
sudo apt install build-essential cmake python3 python3-dev qt5-default libudev-dev git
OpenCV is a requirement. We are going to download and build OpenCV 3.3 with the additional
modules. Download [opencv-3.3](https://github.com/opencv/opencv/releases) and
[opencv_contrib-3.3](https://github.com/opencv/opencv_contrib/releases). Extract the folders
and create a build directory. You might need some dependencies, which can be found
mkdir opencv-build
cd opencv-build
cmake -DOPENCV_EXTRA_MODULES_PATH=<opencv_contrib>/modules ..
make -j5
sudo apt install build-essential cmake python3 python3-dev qt5-default libudev-dev libopencv-dev
Then clone the repository and build with
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