important that they can see with images from cameras onboard.
In this talk we’ll take a step back and look at the field of computer vision;
look at some of the exciting practical problems that can be solved with CV
Whether it’s detecting and recognising faces, building a picture of
surroundings from a video stream, or tracking shapes, we’ll look at how we can
Some, but limited. Here is a very old video of a talk I did at a meetup: http://vimeo.com/3770381
Not given this talk before, but am submitting it at other conferences.
Peter Braden is the author of the node-opencv bindings that allow node scripts
to interface with this powerful computer vision library.
He’s both excited and terrified for a future of seeing drones and robots.
He works as a web consultant-of-all-trades at frozenridge.co