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PyImageConf 2018: The practical, hands-on computer vision and deep learning conference

Today I’m pleased to announce the finalized details to an event I’ve been working on behind the scenes for quite some time: PyImageConf 2018: The practical, hands-on computer vision conference Imagine taking the practical, hands-on teaching style of the PyImageSearch blog… …and translating it to a live, in person conference. Sound interesting? Keep reading to […]

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Taking screenshots with OpenCV and Python

Happy New Year! It’s now officially 2018…which also means that PyImageSearch is (almost) four years old! I published the very first blog post on Monday, January 12th 2014. Since then over 230 posts have been published, along with two books and a full-fledged course. At the beginning of every New Year I take some quiet […]

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Save the Date: PyImageConf 2018

Imagine taking the practical, hands-on teaching style of the PyImageSearch blog… …and translating it to a live, in person conference. Sound interesting? If so, mark the date on your calendar now: PyImageConf is taking place on August 26th-28th 2018 at the San Francisco Hyatt Regency. Confirmed speaker/workshop hosts include: François Chollet (creator of Keras, researcher at Google) […]

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Montages with OpenCV

Today’s blog post is inspired by an email I received from PyImageSearch reader, Brian. Brian asks: Hi Adrian, I’m really enjoying the PyImageSearch blog. I found your site a few days ago and I’ve been hooked on your tutorials ever since. I followed your tutorial on building an image search engine, but instead of displaying […]

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Text skew correction with OpenCV and Python

Today’s tutorial is a Python implementation of my favorite blog post by Félix Abecassis on the process of text skew correction (i.e., “deskewing text”) using OpenCV and image processing functions. Given an image containing a rotated block of text at an unknown angle, we need to correct the text skew by: Detecting the block of text in the […]

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