STC on Computer Vision using Open CV (25-29 October 2021)

STC on Computer Vision using Open CV (25-29 October 2021)

DATE 10:00 A.M. to 11:30 P.M. 11:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. 3:00P.M. to 4:30 P.M.  
  25-10-2021

Introduction to Computer Vision and OpenCV Algorithms

Essentials of OpenCV and Computing Platforms Installation  of  OpenCV and Demonstration
26-10-2021
Essentials of Python Programming for Computer Vision and OpenCV
 
  Document Scanner and QR Code Detection using OpenCV   Image Processing Operations using OpenCV
27-10-2021
Object Tracking by Color using OpenCV
Real Time Object   Analysis and Forensic Applications using OpenCV Practice Session/Assignments
28-10-2021
Video Analytics using OpenCV

NSFW Classifier to curb out censored content using OpenCV
Number plate detection using OpenCV
29-10-2021
Image Segmentation and Face Detection using OpenCV

Object Detection and Distance Measurement using OpenCV
 
Computer Vision Applications using GAN and PyTorch
 

 

Contents

 Introduction to Computer Vision and OpenCV Algorithms
Essentials of OpenCV and Computing Platforms
Installation of OpenCV and Demonstration
Essentials of Python Programming for Computer Vision and OpenCV
Document Scanner and QR Code Detection using OpenCV
Image Processing Operations using OpenCV
Object Tracking by Color using OpenCV
Real Time Object Analysis and Forensic Applications using OpenCV
Video Analytics using OpenCV
NSFW Classifier to curb out censored content using OpenCV
Number plate detection using OpenCV
Image Segmentation and Face Detection using OpenCV
Object Detection and Distance Measurement using OpenCV
Computer Vision Applications using GAN and PyTorch

 

 

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