Tag Archives | computer vision

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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How to install dlib

Two weeks ago I interviewed Davis King, the creator and chief maintainer of the dlib library. Today I am going to demonstrate how to install dlib with Python bindings on both macOS and Ubuntu. I highly encourage you to take the time to install dlib on your system over the next couple of days. Starting next week we’ll […]

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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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