Real-Time Face Recognition: An End-To-End Project

Real-Time Face Recognition: An End-To-End Project

“On my last tutorial exploring OpenCV, we learned AUTOMATIC VISION OBJECT TRACKING. Now we will use our PiCam to recognize faces in real-time, as you can see below: This project was done with this fantastic “Open Source Computer Vision Library”, the OpenCV. On this tutorial, we will be focusing on Raspberry Pi (so, Raspbian as OS) and Python, but I …

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Automatic Vision Object Tracking

Automatic Vision Object Tracking

“On my last tutorial, we explored how to control a Pan/Tilt Servo device in order to position a PiCam. Now we will use our device to help the camera to automatically tracking color objects as you can see below: This is my first experience with OpenCV and I must confess, I am in love with this fantastic “Open Source …

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Traffic Counting System Based on OpenCV and Python

Traffic Counting System Based on OpenCV and Python

“Introduction:Traffic counts, speed and vehicle classification are fundamental data for a variety of transportation projects ranging from transportation planning to modern intelligent transportation systems Traffic Monitoring and Information Systems related to vehicles cascade. In addition to vehicle counts, a much larger set of traffic parameters such as vehicle classifications, lane changes, parking areas etc., can be measured in such …

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Deep learning on the Raspberry Pi with OpenCV

Deep learning on the Raspberry Pi with OpenCV

“I’ve received a number of emails from PyImageSearch readers who are interested in performing deep learning in their Raspberry Pi. Most of the questions go something like this: Hey Adrian, thanks for all the tutorials on deep learning. You’ve really made deep learning accessible and easy to understand. I have a question: Can I do deep learning on …

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Open Hardware Rover With OpenCV

Open Hardware Rover With OpenCV

“In this lines you can read how build a rover using opencv for do something detecting colors. The work process is simple, Arduino have a basic program to the rover: forward, left and right that manages the movement in the rover. The Arduino board is connected to a Raspberry pi by USB port and RPI send data from serial port …

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Motion Tracking Airsoft Turret

Motion Tracking Airsoft Turret

“An Raspberry Pi powered autonomous motion tracking airsoft turret. In this video we show you how to build a DIY motion tracking airsoft (or nerf gun) turret with a raspberry pi 3. The airsoft turret is autonomous so it moves and fires the gun when it detects motion. There is also an interactive mode so that you can control it …

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Face Tracking Pan-Tilt Camera

Face Tracking Pan-Tilt Camera

“A camera pan-and-tilt gimbal that is capable of tracking faces using computer vision and machine training so it can follow you around as you film or vlog. This way your face is always the centre of the action! You can also train this gimbal to follow not only human faces but also objects, pets, food, or anything you can imagine …

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Gesture Hawk : hand gesture controlled robot using image processing as interface

Gesture Hawk : hand gesture controlled robot using image processing as interface

“Gesture Hawk was showcased in TechEvince 4.0 as a simple image processing based human-machine interface. Its utility lies in the fact that no additional sensors or wearable except a glove is required to control the robotic car that runs on differential drive principle. In this instructable, we will take you through the working principle behind object tracking and gesture …

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Ping Pong Ball Juggling Robot

Ping Pong Ball Juggling Robot

“This entry is about the quest to get a machine to juggle a ping pong ball. I started thinking about a ping pong ball juggler 2 years ago. And it was around that time that I built the first one of them. it uses LED - Photo transistor pairs to “see” when and approximately where the ball comes down. I used …

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