OpenCV celebrates its 20th anniversary this summer. It’s a very important milestone for the development team, and we are finalizing open activities, fixing reported bugs and closing documentation gaps to meet the anniversary in good fit. OpenCV is a community-driven project, and we invite all library users and contributors to participate in Virtual OpenCV Hackathon […]
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 the one hand, we […]
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!