Raspberry Pi Computer Vision Programming

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Packt Publishing, May 28, 2015 - Computers - 178 pages
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This book is intended for novices, as well as seasoned Raspberry Pi and Python enthusiasts, who would like to explore the area of computer vision. Readers with very little programming or coding/scripting experience can create wonderful image processing and computer vision applications with relatively fewer lines of code in Python.

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Ashwin Pajankar is a Bangalore-based software professional with more than 5 years of experience in software design, development, testing, and automation. He graduated from IIT Hyderabad with an MTech degree in computer science and engineering. He holds multiple professional certifications from Oracle, IBM, Teradata, and ISTQB in development, databases, and testing. Apart from work, he enjoys serving the community. He has won several awards in college through college outreach initiatives and at work for community service through his employers for corporate social responsibility programs. He was introduced to the Raspberry Pi while organizing a hackathon at his workplace, and he's been hooked on to Pi ever since. He writes plenty of code in Bash, Python, and Java on his cluster of Pi. Currently, he's building India's biggest cluster of the recently launched Raspberry Pi 2. He's reviewed two other titles related to Python from Packt and is working on another book on Raspberry Pi.You can view Ashwin's LinkedIn profile by visiting in.linkedin.com/in/ashwinpajankar.

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