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Holistically-Nested Edge Detection with OpenCV and Deep Learning

In this tutorial, you will learn how to apply Holistically-Nested Edge Detection (HED) with OpenCV and Deep Learning. We’ll apply Holistically-Nested Edge Detection to both images and video streams, followed by comparing the results to OpenCV’s standard Canny edge detector. Edge detection enables us to find the boundaries of objects in images and was one of the […]

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Install OpenCV 4 on your Raspberry Pi

Today I’m going to show you how to compile and install OpenCV 4 on your Raspberry Pi. OpenCV 4 was officially released on November 20th, 2018. This blog post was updated subsequently on November 28th to accommodate the changes to the install (previously these instructions linked to the alpha release source code). It is also […]

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Install OpenCV 4 on macOS

This tutorial provides step-by-step instructions to install OpenCV 4 (with Python bindings) on your macOS machine. OpenCV 4 was released on November 20th, 2018. I originally wrote this blog post when the alpha version was released, and it has now been updated on November 30th, 2018 to support the official release. OpenCV 4 comes with […]

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How to install OpenCV 4 on Ubuntu

In this tutorial you will learn how to install OpenCV 4 on your Ubuntu system. OpenCV 4 has been officially released as of 20 November 2018! So, why bother installing OpenCV 4? You may want to consider installing OpenCV 4 for further optimizations, C++11 support, more compact modules, and many improvements to the Deep Neural Network […]

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OpenCV Saliency Detection

Today’s tutorial is on saliency detection, the process of applying image processing and computer vision algorithms to automatically locate the most “salient” regions of an image. In essence, saliency is what “stands out” in a photo or scene, enabling your eye-brain connection to quickly (and essentially unconsciously) focus on the most important regions. For example — […]

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