Java for real-time ComputerVision
I spent some time looking for the real-world answer for that question, but with no effect. Maybe you could help me. The question is:
Is Java good choice for real-time computer vision software for the performance arts usage?
I'd prefer to work in Java, 'cause it's clean and coder-friendly, but still - real-time is real-time and theatre performance doesn't like 10 fps.
There are some obvious solutions in C++ (OpenCV, openframeworks, GIL) where efficiency is mostly a matter of coders skills in optimiziation and there are real-world C++ examples - it all works fine. The cost of more complex production stage is still not the issue in comparison with "10fps" (I'm aware it's not really 10 fps - just figurative speach!). Please, help!