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pip install opencv

In this tutorial you will will learn how to pip install OpenCV on Ubuntu, macOS, and the Raspberry Pi. In previous OpenCV install tutorials I have recommended compiling from source; however, in the past year it has become possible to install OpenCV via pip, Python’s very own package manager. While installing from source will give […]

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A fun, hands-on deep learning project for beginners, students, and hobbyists

Today’s blog post is a “bonus tutorial” in our most recent series on building a complete, end-to-end deep learning application: Part 1: How to (quickly) build a deep learning image dataset Part 2: Keras and Convolutional Neural Networks Part 3: Running Keras models on iOS with CoreML In this series we have been fulfilling a […]

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Install dlib (the easy, complete guide)

The latest release of dlib is special. It completely removes the boost.python dependency, making it significantly easier to install across the board on macOS, Ubuntu, and Raspbian. Thanks to the work of Davis King (the creator and maintainer of the dlib library) and Mischan Toos-Haus (who is responsible for removing the boost.python dependency), we can […]

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Keras and deep learning on the Raspberry Pi

Today’s blog post is the most fun I’ve EVER had writing a PyImageSearch tutorial. It has everything we have been discussing the past few weeks, including: Deep learning Raspberry Pis 3D Christmas trees References to HBO’s Silicon Valley “Not Hotdog” detector Me dressing up as Santa Clause! In keeping with the Christmas and Holiday season, […]

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Raspberry Pi: Facial landmarks + drowsiness detection with OpenCV and dlib

Today’s blog post is the long-awaited tutorial on real-time drowsiness detection on the Raspberry Pi! Back in May I wrote a (laptop-based) drowsiness detector that can be used to detect if the driver of a motor vehicle was getting tired and potentially falling asleep at the wheel. The driver drowsiness detector project was inspired by […]

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Raspberry Pi: Deep learning object detection with OpenCV

A few weeks ago I demonstrated how to perform real-time object detection using deep learning and OpenCV on a standard laptop/desktop. After the post was published I received a number of emails from PyImageSearch readers who were curious if the Raspberry Pi could also be used for real-time object detection. The short answer is “kind […]

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