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Implementing RootSIFT in Python and OpenCV

Still using the original, plain ole’ implementation of SIFT by David Lowe? Well, according to Arandjelovic and Zisserman in their 2012 paper, Three things everyone should know to improve object retrieval, you’re selling yourself (and your accuracy) short by using the original implementation. Instead, you should be utilizing a simple extension to SIFT, called RootSIFT, that can […]

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The complete guide to building an image search engine with Python and OpenCV

Let’s face it. Trying to search for images based on text and tags sucks. Whether you are tagging and categorizing your personal images, searching for stock photos for your company website, or simply trying to find the right image for your next epic blog post, trying to use text and keywords to describe something that […]

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How-To: 3 Ways to Compare Histograms using OpenCV and Python

So you’ve extracted color histograms from a set of images… But how are you going to compare them for similarity? You’ll need a distance function to handle that. But which one? How you choose? And how do you compare histograms using Python and OpenCV? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. In this blog post I’ll […]

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