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I’m writing a book on Computer Vision and the Raspberry Pi (and I need your input).

Today is a big day — I’m formally announcing that I’m writing a brand new book on Computer Vision with the Raspberry Pi. I’ve been wanting to write this book for years, arguably ever since I started playing around with the Raspberry Pi and OpenCV. But the timing never worked out quite right. I was […]

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I’m writing a book on Deep Learning and Convolutional Neural Networks (and I need your advice).

You may have heard me mention it in a passing comment on the PyImageSearch blog… Maybe I even hinted at it in a 1-on-1 email… Or perhaps you simply saw the writing on the wall due to the recent uptick in Deep Learning/Neural Network tutorials here on the blog… But I’m here today to tell […]

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Raspbian + OpenCV pre-configured and pre-installed.

Updated: September 16th, 2019 Ever since I wrote the first PyImageSearch tutorial on installing OpenCV + Python on the Raspberry Pi B+ back in February 2015 it has been my dream to offer a downloadable, pre-configured Raspbian .img file with OpenCV pre-installed. Since November 2016 (the original publish date of this post), this dream has been […]

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Announcing “Case Studies: Solving real world problems with computer vision”

I have some big news to announce today… Besides writing a ton of blog posts about computer vision, image processing, and image search engines, I’ve been behind the scenes, working on a second book. And you may be thinking, hey, didn’t you just finish up Practical Python and OpenCV? Yep. I did. Now, don’t get […]

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I’m Writing a Book: “Practical Python and OpenCV: An Introductory, Example Driven Guide to Image Processing and Computer Vision”

I’ve been throwing around the idea of writing a book for the past few months, but I wasn’t sure on what the exact focus was going to be. I’ve given it a ton of thought, worked out the specifics, and spoke with a lot of developers, programmers, and researchers like yourselves. All of this work […]

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