OpenCV 3.0 released — and the coming changes to the PyImageSearch blog.

It’s been a long time coming, but OpenCV 3.0 has finally been released! This update is definitely one of the most extensive overhauls to the library in recent years, and boasts increased stability, performance increases, and OpenCL support. But by far, the most exciting update for us in the Python world is: Python 3 support! After […]

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Announcing the PyImageSearch Web API

Today I am super excited to officially announce the PyImageSearch web API. I’ve been planning on building this API for awhile now, and finally last weeks blog post on building a face detection Web API was just the kick in the ass I needed to finish up the project and push it online. The PyImageSearch Web […]

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Creating a face detection API with Python and OpenCV (in just 5 minutes)

So you’ve just built your first awesome computer vision app. Maybe it can detect faces in images. Or maybe your app can recognize prescription pills in photos. Or maybe your computer vision app can identify the covers of top selling books, all while displaying the latest reader reviews and the cheapest websites online to purchase them. So the big […]

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