My Raspberry Pi for Computer Vision Kickstarter will go live on Wednesday, April 10th at 10AM EDT.

I’ve got big news to share today!

I’m super excited to announce that my Raspberry Pi for Computer Vision Kickstarter campaign is set to launch in exactly one week on Wednesday, April 10th at 10AM EDT.

Computer Vision, Deep Learning, and Internet of Things (IoT) are three of the fastest-growing industries and subjects in computer science — you will learn how to combine all three using the Raspberry Pi inside my new book.

Whether this is the first time you’ve worked with the Raspberry Pi or you’re a hobbyist who’s been hacking with the Pi for years, Raspberry Pi for Computer Vision will enable you to “bring sight” to the Pi.

Inside the book we will focus on:

  • Getting started with computer vision on the Raspberry Pi
  • Computer vision and IoT projects on the Pi
  • Servos, PID, and controlling the Pi with computer vision
  • Human activity, home surveillance, and facial applications
  • Deep learning on the Raspberry Pi
  • Fast, efficient deep learning with the Movidius NCS and OpenVINO toolkit
  • Self-driving car applications on the Raspberry Pi
  • Tips, suggestions, and best practices when performing computer vision and deep learning with the RPi

I also have chapters planed on the NVIDIA Jetson Nano and Google Coral as well!

As a heads up, over the next 7 days I’ll be posting a few more announcements that you won’t want to miss, including:

Thursday, April 4th 2019

A sneak preview of the Kickstarter campaign, including a demo video of what you’ll find inside the book.

Friday, April 5th 2019

The Table of Contents for Raspberry Pi for Computer Vision. This book is practical and hands-on, giving you the knowledge you need to bring CV and DL to embedded devices. You don’t want to miss this list of chapters!

Monday, April 8th 2019

The full list of Kickstarter rewards (including early bird discounts and sales). You’ll be able to use this list to plan ahead for which reward tier you want when the Kickstarter launches.

Tuesday, April 9th 2019

Please keep in mind this book is already getting a lot of attention so there will be multiple people in line for each reward level when the Kickstarter launches on Wednesday, April 10th at 10AM EDT. To help ensure you get the reward tier you want, I’ll be sharing my tips and suggestions you can use to ensure you’re first in line.

Wednesday, April 10th 2019

I’ll email you the Kickstarter campaign link you can use to claim your copy of RPi for CV, as well as the additional discounts and sales!

To be notified when these announcements go live, be sure to signup for the Raspberry Pi for Computer Vision Kickstarter notification list!

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4 Responses to My Raspberry Pi for Computer Vision Kickstarter will go live on Wednesday, April 10th at 10AM EDT.

  1. JC April 8, 2019 at 8:05 pm #

    Adrian – just a few more hours until the Kickstarter roll out!! I can’t wait.
    I am looking forward to it.

    • Adrian Rosebrock April 12, 2019 at 12:29 pm #

      Thanks JC!

  2. Torben B. Jensen April 9, 2019 at 2:37 pm #

    Hello Adrian,
    This is all exiting news – I have studied the e-mail about the kickstarter rewards and bundles, and I have a question: If you want to buy a bundle with one of your other books, it specifically states ‘ a hard copy of …’ . Does that mean that the price doesn’t include access to downloading the code examples etc. ?

    • Adrian Rosebrock April 12, 2019 at 12:19 pm #

      Hey Torben — any bundle that mentions hardcopies also includes the associated digital editions a well (PDF/eBook, source code, datasets, etc.).

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