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First; you need to follow these steps Making a bootable micro SD Card with Windows* | Intel® Developer Zone in order to use the IoT image in your board.
The difference between the images you are talking about is that the IoT already has OpenCV in it.
In order to start working with OpenCV, I suggest you to take a look at the tutorials in their website:
I hope this gives you an idea on how to start.
Hi, I seem to have used that guidance before but with the image of 40 mb Original which offered before Intel, have not tried yet with 200 mb offered IoT sdk, one question after performing these steps creation of SD, as I can OpenCV access or raise it. The detection code and have it developed in Visual Studio 2013 and want to try on Intel Galileo.
I think it is not able to use Visual Studio and the IoT image because I'm assuming you will need to use the prompt from Windows and that means you will have to use a image with Windows. Take a look at this: Galileo+Windows & IoT Part 1: Getting started with Windows on Galileo - CodeProject I think it will be useful if you want to use that configuration.
Using the IoT image you can use Eclipse or the XDK. I think it will be helpful for your project IoT - Intel® Galileo Board Get Started Guide | Intel® Developer Zone