When you start to research the amazing world of Computer Vision, you find that there are plenty of courses, tutorials, videos and more resources. Something is kind of “too much”, and it’s not easy to choose where to start.
That’s why, when you arrive to one of the Adrian Rosebrock tutorials or articles, they’ll end in one of your favorites bookmarks. He has amazing detailed step by step tutorials, and I learned a lot of Raspberry Pi and OpenCV from his website.
A couple of weeks ago, Adrian released an amazing resource for Computer Vision enthusiasts:
Need help getting started with Computer Vision, Deep Learning, and OpenCV?
No matter if you are starting from zero, have some knowledge or you are already an expert; you must look at this amazing compile of resources. I’ll copy and paste the main topics
- How Do I Get Started?
- Deep Learning
- Face Applications
- Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
- Object Detection
- Object Tracking
- Instance Segmentation and Semantic Segmentation
- Embedded and IoT Computer Vision
- Computer Vision on the Raspberry Pi
- Medical Computer Vision
- Working with Video
- Image Search Engines
- Interviews, Case Studies, and Success Stories
- My Books and Courses
And I can’t thanks enough Adrian for his amazing work and also, for sharing all of this!
Greetings @ Toronto