Introduction to computer vision - Brussels
Time and Location
Nalys BX, Avenue de Tervueren 270, 1150 Woluwe-Saint-Pierre, Belgique
About the event
We Invite you for a new evening session in March!
Have you ever wondered how the algorithms behind Photoshop work. Or how you can detect/track some objects in a video stream. Then this session will teach you the basics of the complete flow in computer vision. This includes the capturing of video, preprocessing, image segmentation, image representation and description, and finally image recognition and interpretation.
This will be an interactive session, thus make sure to bring your own laptop with python 3.3 or higher and the opencv library installed. (A great IDE to use is pycharm)
A good introduction to this session is following blog post: https://nalys-taas-projects.gitlab.io/internal/taas_blog/post/qt_app_led_detection/
Matthias Hoffman is an embedded software engineer at Nalys since september 2017. He studied Electronics and ICT: Multimedia and Information technology at the University of Ghent where he had couple of courses regarding computer vision.
Wednesday 18th of March
Beer & Pizza at 18h30, presentation starts at 19h.
Nalys Brussels office
Tervueren 270, 1150 Woluwe-Saint-Pierre
It is allowed to invite personal friends or colleagues to the evening sessions. The more people, the more joy. If you bring some people to the evening session please insure that they register for the event.
Registration to the event