#Coding4Fun – How to control your #drone with 20 lines of code! (1/N)

Hi ! I’ll start to write a couple of posts about controlling a drone using Python. This all started at the end of 2019 when my friend Daniel (@danielcauser) told me that he was playing around with the DJI Tello Drone (see references). This drone is a small quadcopter that features a Vision Positioning System…… Continue reading #Coding4Fun – How to control your #drone with 20 lines of code! (1/N)

#RaspberryPi – Install Virtual Environments

Hi! Virtual Environments are a great way to isolate our dev tests, and after been using this in Windows also, work with them in the Raspberry Pi makes a lot of sense. I’ll leave here the necessary steps to do this, however the full credit is based on some posts from Adrian Rosebrock and his…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – Install Virtual Environments

#RaspberryPi – Performance differences in #FaceRecognition using #OpenVino (code with @code!)

Hi ! I’ve been looking to use the amazing Intel Neural Stick 2 for a while, and one of the 1st ideas that I have was to check how fast my Raspberry Pi 4 can run using this device. The Intel team released a nice step by step process installation for Raspberry Pi. And it…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – Performance differences in #FaceRecognition using #OpenVino (code with @code!)

#RaspberryPi – Install OpenCV

Hi! After some posts about how to setup a Raspberry Pi, today I’ll share the steps I follow to install OpenCV. Disclaimer: if you are looking for a detailed step by step on how to install or even build OpenCV in a Raspberry Pi, I strongly recommend to read the post “Install OpenCV on Raspberry…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – Install OpenCV

#Python – How to fix β€œERROR: Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement tensorflow (from versions: none)” on #Windows10 #TensorFlow

Hi! Ok, I’ll write this down. I face this issue from time to time, and then after some searching and reading, I found the solution (again!) and I realize I’ve been done this before. So, I’m installing Tensorflow on Windows with the amazing single command # Requires the latest pip pip install –upgrade pip #…… Continue reading #Python – How to fix β€œERROR: Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement tensorflow (from versions: none)” on #Windows10 #TensorFlow

#Ebook – Code the Classics, amazing book for programming games in #Python. From the #RaspberryPi library.

Hi! My son is a crack and he already passed the Scratch stage. He is part of an amazing Code Ninja programming program and he is asking for some new challenges. Last month, when I see the release of the Code the Classics – Volume 1 book, I get one for us. And it’s amazing.…… Continue reading #Ebook – Code the Classics, amazing book for programming games in #Python. From the #RaspberryPi library.

#RaspberryPi – 6 commands to install #OpenCV for #Python in #RaspberryPi4

Hi ! Quick post to remind me the 6 commands to install OpenCV in my Raspberry Pi sudo apt-get install libhdf5-dev libhdf5-serial-dev libhdf5-100 sudo apt-get install libqtgui4 libqtwebkit4 libqt4-test sudo apt-get install libatlas-base-dev sudo apt-get install libjasper-dev wget https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py sudo python3 get-pip.py sudo pip3 install opencv-contrib-python There is an optional command to update pip, which…… Continue reading #RaspberryPi – 6 commands to install #OpenCV for #Python in #RaspberryPi4

#VSCode – 20 lines to display a webcam camera feed with #Python using #OpenCV

Hi ! I always write this from scratch, so it seems that I’ll drop this one here. So next time I search for this, I’ll find myself. https://gist.github.com/elbruno/8d64daca43a14028385f9e3c1d1babaa And with some extra lines, we can even detect faces and display some face landmarks: This is the base of some many image recognition scenarios, so I…… Continue reading #VSCode – 20 lines to display a webcam camera feed with #Python using #OpenCV

#Anaconda – My steps to install a virtual environment with #TensorFlow, #Keras and more

Hi! So today post is not a post, just a selfish reminder of the steps I do when I setup a new dev machine Install Anaconda (see references). I use the default settings, and important: I don’t add Anaconda to Windows PATH. Open Anaconda command prompt as administrator Need to be open as Admin in…… Continue reading #Anaconda – My steps to install a virtual environment with #TensorFlow, #Keras and more

#Anaconda – How to create a custom #Python virtual environment and use it in #Jupyter notebooks (a kernel!)

Hi! In yesterday post, I created a new virtual environment named [devtf] and in this environment I’ve installed a lot of tools that I need. Then I tried to launch a jupyter notebook from this environment, to use this tools and, of course, it didn’t work. It was time to read and learn how this…… Continue reading #Anaconda – How to create a custom #Python virtual environment and use it in #Jupyter notebooks (a kernel!)