OpenCV will be at CES 2020 to connect with the community and announce new upcoming technologies. Additionally, OpenCV will be hosting a private party at a mansion in Las Vegas on the 7th of January, the first night of CES. This is a must-attend private event for both individuals and companies to connect with computer […]
OpenCV 4.2.0 and 3.4.9 have been released
OpenCV 4.1.2 and 3.4.8 have been released
Object detection methods published recently have pushed the state of the art (SOTA) on a popular benchmark – MS COCO dataset. In Part I we took a closer look into CornerNet. This time, let’s see what makes CornerNet-Lite superior to the previous CornerNet method. CornerNet-Lite: Efficient Keypoint-Based Object Detection As was mentioned before, the good […]
Object detection methods published recently have pushed the state of the art (SOTA) on a popular benchmark – MS COCO dataset. Let’s take a closer look at these methods. But first, we will start with an introduction. Object Detection: Previous Methods There are mainly two types of state-of-the-art object detectors. On one hand, we have […]
OpenCV 4.1.1 and 3.4.7 have been released
Core OpenVINO toolkit 2019 R1.1 components (Deep Learning Deployment Toolkit, Open Model Zoo) and several toolkit extensions are now available on the GitHub!
Kickstarter Campaign There is a lot of educational material available online for computer vision, machine learning, and AI. However, the material is not organized for beginners to learn effectively. Often the focus is on showing off a cool shiny application without covering the fundamentals. Because of this reason, at OpenCV.org, we have adopted a mission […]