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  1. Arduino computer vision programming : design and develop real-world computer vision applications with the powerful combination of OpenCV and Arduino

    Özkaya, Özen
    Birmingham, UK : Packt Publishing, 2015.

    Design and develop real-world computer vision applications with the powerful combination of OpenCV and Arduino About This Book Load and run the applications in Arduino to develop intelligent systems Design and implement detection, classification, and recognition algorithms for computer vision applications Explore the best practices of computer vision development including state of the art algorithms and hands-on example projects Who This Book Is For If you are a consumer and hobbyist who has familiarity with the basics of Arduino and wish to learn computer vision programming with Arduino to create intelligent systems, then this book is for you. No knowledge of computer vision programming is required. What You Will Learn Understand the design blocks and the generic architecture of computer vision systems by learning an efficient approach to modelling Build up your skill set of computer vision system design using OpenCV by learning fundamentals, camera selection, data acquisition, filtering, processing, feature extraction and recognition for any specific problem Learn the wired and wireless communication capabilities of Arduino and comprehensive best practices to connect it to the OpenCV environment in a platform-independent way Discover how to use Arduino to elegantly interact with real life via physical actions Solidify everything you've learnt by designing and building a computer vision-enabled practical robot from scratch In Detail Most technologies are developed with an inspiration of human capabilities. Most of the time, the hardest to implement capability is vision. Development of highly capable computer vision applications in an easy way requires a generic approach. In this approach, Arduino is a perfect tool for interaction with the real world. Moreover, the combination of OpenCV and Arduino boosts the level and quality of practical computer vision applications. Computer vision is the next level of sensing the environment. The purpose of this book is to teach you how to develop Arduino-supported computer vision systems that can interact with real life by seeing it. This book will combine the powers of Arduino and computer vision in a generalized, well-defined, and applicable way. The practices and approaches in the book can be used for any related problems and on any platforms. At the end of the book, you should be able to solve any types of real life vision problems with all its components by using the presented approach. Each componen ...If you are a consumer, engineer, or hobbyist who is familiar with the basics of Arduino and wish to learn how to combine computer vision programming with Arduino to create intelligent systems, then this book is written for you. No knowledge of computer vision programming is required.

    Online EBSCO Academic Comprehensive Collection

  2. Raspberry Pi computer vision programming : design and implement your own computer vision applications with the Raspberry Pi

    Pajankar, Ashwin
    Birmingham, UK : Packt Publishing, 2015.

    This book is intended for novices, as well as seasoned Raspberry Pi and Python enthusiasts, who would like to explore the area of computer vision. Readers with very little programming or coding/scripting experience can create wonderful image processing and computer vision applications with relatively fewer lines of code in Python.

    Online EBSCO Academic Comprehensive Collection

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