Beginner's Guide To Computer Vision

Jayneil Dalal (INTEL), Sohil Patel ( Azoi Mobile Technology Pvt Ltd)
Tools and Techniques
Location: E145/146
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THIS TUTORIAL HAS REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS LISTED BELOW

Computer vision is used today in a wide variety of applications such as security/surveillance, medical science, remote sensing, robots etc. In this tutorial, we will cover the following topics:

  • Introduction and need for Computer Vision
  • 2D Image fundamentals
  • Getting started with OpenCV
  • Practical Projects
  • 3D Image fundamentals
  • Getting started with OpenNI Library
  • Practical Project
  • Live Demos

TUTORIAL REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTENDEES

  • Attendees should have Basic C/C++ programming knowledge
  • Laptop with a webcam and running the latest version of Ubuntu/Windows

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Jayneil Dalal

INTEL

Jayneil Dalal is a FOSS advocate who loves to explore different open source technologies and has been a key member of the PandaBoard.org and Beagleboard.org project at Texas Instruments. He has previously presented at Embedded Linux Conference 2013, Linuxcon North America 2012, Drodicon 2012 in Berlin, Southeast Linuxfest 2012, Indiana Linuxfest 2012, Northwest Linuxfest 2012, Scipy 2011 and Opensource bridge 2012.

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Sohil Patel

Azoi Mobile Technology Pvt Ltd

Sohil Patel loves to explore different open source technologies. His areas of interest include Python, Computer Vision, Augmented Reality, Linux, HCI, Pandaboard and other open source hardware platforms.He has also presented at Droidcon 2012 Berlin.

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07/21/2013 12:34pm PDT

Yes. You can use virtual box.

07/21/2013 12:28pm PDT

For those with Macs, can virtualbox be used?

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