#VSCode – Thunder Client, excellent alternative to Postman for HTTP Requests @Code

Hi ! Postman is a great tool to emulate HTTP Requests. I used Postman a lot when I create webapps that run Computer Vision models to analyze images. However, in order to keep things more simple, I decided to test several extensions in Visual Studio Code, as alternatives to Postman. And, Thunder Client is one…… Continue reading #VSCode – Thunder Client, excellent alternative to Postman for HTTP Requests @Code

#GitHub – How to display the status badge for a GitHub Action πŸŸ’πŸ”΄

Hi ! Last week I wrote 2 posts about How to create and publish an Azure Static Website How to add an API (HTTP Function) to the site It’s a super cool feature ! 😁 GitHub Actions, are an important part of this series, and on the online event, I had this question: How do…… Continue reading #GitHub – How to display the status badge for a GitHub Action πŸŸ’πŸ”΄

#Event – Let’s Build an App without Using any Code with Microsoft Power Platform at the Toronto Reactor

Hi ! Next week I’ll be at the Microsoft Reactor, learning how to build apps using Power Platform. I have a couple of ideas that I want to test, so if you want to join me, come to the Toronto Reactor ! We will have food πŸ• and drinks ! And hey, I have some…… Continue reading #Event – Let’s Build an App without Using any Code with Microsoft Power Platform at the Toronto Reactor

#Azure ☁️ – Adding an API to an Azure Static Web Apps πŸ•ΈοΈ 2/N

Hi ! Yesterday I wrote a quick tutorial about how to publish a static website using Azure Static Web Pages, using GitHub and GitHub Actions. Really simple, and all from Visual Studio Code ! Azure ☁️ – Adding an API to an Azure Static Web Apps πŸ•ΈοΈ 1/N Today, I’ll show how to also add…… Continue reading #Azure ☁️ – Adding an API to an Azure Static Web Apps πŸ•ΈοΈ 2/N

#OpenCV – Convert camera feed 🎦 to Grayscale and resalt Blue πŸ”΅ and Red β€οΈ

Hi ! A new twist on these days demos, this time: Open a camera feedConvert each frame to grayscaleUse a hue mask to resalt colors, Blue and Red Here is a live sample from my office. Note: I created a mask that identifies the Captain America shield, SpyderGwen poster and Ahsoka frame, but it’s missing…… Continue reading #OpenCV – Convert camera feed 🎦 to Grayscale and resalt Blue πŸ”΅ and Red β€οΈ

#OpenCV – Replace background with video in camera feed 🎦 (Black Adam βš‘)

Hi ! A new twist on these days demos, based on a request from an online friend. Let’s remove and replace the background from our camera feed using a video. For this demo, I’m using the “Black Adam – Official Trailer 1”. And the output is kind of funny. Hey, funny scenario, and if you…… Continue reading #OpenCV – Replace background with video in camera feed 🎦 (Black Adam βš‘)

#OpenCV – Background Subtraction in a camera feed 🎦 using MOG2

Hi ! Yesterday I wrote a post about how to remove the background from my camera feed. To remove the background, I used a python library “cvzone”. While talking with some friends, someone asked about using some of the out-of-the-box features included in OpenCV, like MOG2 or KNN. So I read a little about them…… Continue reading #OpenCV – Background Subtraction in a camera feed 🎦 using MOG2

#OpenCV – Remove the background in your camera feed πŸŽ¦

Hi ! Yesterday I share 10 lines of code to adddress this very simple scenario: Load and image and remove the background. Today I’ll add a few extra lines, and I’ll remove the background from my camera feed. It’s fun to see how the Captain America shield was included in the cropped polygon 😁 And…… Continue reading #OpenCV – Remove the background in your camera feed πŸŽ¦

#OpenCV – 10 lines to remove the background in an image πŸ–ΌοΈ

Hi ! Super quick post today, with a very simple scenario: Load and image and remove the background. To do this, I’ll use OpenCV and cvzone. Here we can see a screenshot of my office, and the removed background sample. As usual, the threshold is the important one to manage the quality. And the sample…… Continue reading #OpenCV – 10 lines to remove the background in an image πŸ–ΌοΈ