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Adding a web interface to our image search engine with Flask

This is a guest post by Michael Herman from Real Python – learn Python programming and web development through hands-on, interesting examples that are useful and fun! In this tutorial, we’ll take the command line image search engine from the previous tutorial and turn it into a full-blown web application using Python and Flask. More specifically, […]

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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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Building a Pokedex in Python: Indexing our Sprites using Shape Descriptors (Step 3 of 6)

So, how is our Pokedex going to “know” what Pokemon is in an image? How are we going to describe each Pokemon? Are we going to characterize the color of the Pokemon? The texture? Or the shape? Well, do you remember playing Who’s that Pokemon as a kid? You were able to identify the Pokemon […]

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Building a Pokedex in Python: Getting Started (Step 1 of 6)

So you’re telling me that we are going to build a Pokedex in Python that can visually recognize Pokemon? Just like in the TV show? – Ash Ketchum Yes, Ash. That’s exactly what I’m telling you. The next series of blog posts will be dedicated to building a Pokedex that can visually recognize Pokemon from the […]

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Building an Image Search Engine: Indexing Your Dataset (Step 2 of 4)

Last Wednesday’s blog post reviewed the first step of building an image search engine: Defining Your Image Descriptor. We then examined the three aspects of an image that can be easily described: Color: Image descriptors that characterize the color of an image seek to model the distribution of the pixel intensities in each channel of the […]

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