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Python OpenCV

  • Categories Python
  • Duration 03h 07m 39s
  • Last Update March 7, 2021

Description

In this course we are going to learn about Python OpenCV or we can say Open Computer Vision. so OpenCV is an open source library containing more than 500 optimized algorithms for image and video analysis, OpenCV was developed by intel, you can use OpenCV from displaying the feed of a webcam to teaching a robot to recognize real life objects.

 

 

By OpenCV we can perform following actions

  • Read and write images
  • You can do face detection
  • You can do text recognition in images
  • You can modify image quality and colors

 

 

There will be different topics in this Python OpenCV course from reading of an image in OpenCV up to face detection, corner detection, smile detection, reading mp4 videos, drawing shapes, arithmetic operations and many more. 

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About the instructor

Parwiz Forogh

Programmer & Instructor

My name is Parwiz Forogh, and iam the founder of this website, I love to teach and make online courses with source codes, hopefully you learn something from the courses that iam making.  
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Material Includes

  • Complete on-demand video
  • 31 Complete lessons
  • Full source codes for the lessons
  • Full lifetime access
  • Free Course No Payment Required
  • Access on mobile and TV

Requirements

  • You should know Python Programming Language.
  • You should have a basic information on working with Pycharm IDE.

Target Audience

  • By learning this course you will have a complete understanding on Python Open Computer Vision (OpenCV).
  • You will learn that how you can work with OpenCV library.
  • You will learn that how you can work with haarcascade classifier for face and smile detection.