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  1. Facial Detection in Python with OpenCV

    Facial Detection in Python with OpenCV Introduction Facial detection is a powerful and common use-case of Machine Learning. It can be used to automatize manual tasks such as school attendance and law enforcemen...Learn More
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  2. Introduction to Image Processing in Python with OpenCV

    Introduction to Image Processing in Python with OpenCV Introduction In this tutorial, we are going to learn how we can perform image processing using the Python language. We are not going to restrict ourselves ...Learn More
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  3. Introduction to OpenCV with Python

    Introduction to OpenCV with Python Introduction In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to use OpenCV library in Python. OpenCV is an open source library which is supported by multiple platforms including W...Learn More
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  4. Affine Image Transformations in Python with Numpy, Pillow and OpenCV

    Affine Image Transformations in Python with Numpy, Pillow and OpenCV In this article I will be describing what it means to apply an affine transformation to an image and how to do it in Python. First I will dem...Learn More
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  5. Course Review: Hands On Computer Vision with OpenCV & Python

    **Course Review: Hands On Computer Vision with OpenCV & Python** Introduction In this article I will be providing a review of the Udemy course Hands On Computer Vision with OpenCV & Python by Shrobon Biswas fea...Learn More
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  6. OpenCV Edge Detection in Python with cv2.Canny()

    .lazyload-placeholder { display: none; } Introduction Edge detection is something we do naturally, but isn't as easy when it comes to defining rules for computers. While various methods have been devised, the r...Learn More
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  7. OpenCV Thresholding in Python with cv2.threshold()

    .lazyload-placeholder { display: none; } Introduction Thresholding is a simple and efficient technique to perform basic segmentation in an image, and to binarize it (turn it into a binary image) where pixels ar...Learn More
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  8. OpenCV Adaptive Thresholding in Python with cv2.adaptiveThreshold()

    .lazyload-placeholder { display: none; } Introduction Thresholding is a simple and efficient technique to perform basic segmentation in an image, and to binarize it (turn it into a binary image) where pixels ar...Learn More
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  9. Object Detection with OpenCV-Python Using a Haar-Cascade Classifier

    .lazyload-placeholder { display: none; } Introduction Python has many applications in the field of Computer Vision, typically though Deep Learning. From performing OCR on documents to allowing robots to "see" -...Learn More
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  10. Real-Time Pose Estimation from Video in Python with YOLOv7

    .lazyload-placeholder { display: none; } Introduction Object detection is a large field in computer vision, and one of the more important applications of computer vision "in the wild". From it, keypoint detecti...Learn More
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  11. Real time Face Mask Detection System

    Real Time Face Mask Detector “Productivity is being able to do things that you were never able to do before.” — Franz Kafka The recent coronavirus pandemic has pushed humans all around the world to the new ch...Learn More
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  12. Dynamic Programming with OpenCV : Implementing Kadane’s Algorithm to find brightest area on Astronomical images and videos.

    Basic Astronomical Image We all have come across various OpenCV libraries and have been using them to get the brightest area’s or spot’s on images. Apparently, we have our cv2.minMaxLoc(…) in OpenCV to do this...Learn More
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