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David Millan Escriva was eight years old when he wrote his first program on an 8086 PC using the BASIC language. He completed his studies in IT from the Universitat Politecnica de Valencia with honors in human-computer interaction supported by computer vision with OpenCV (v0.96). He has a master's degree in artificial intelligence, computer graphics, and pattern recognition, focusing on pattern recognition and computer vision. He also has more than nine years' experience in computer vision, computer graphics, and pattern recognition. He is the author of the Damiles Blog, where he publishes articles and tutorials on OpenCV, computer vision in general, and optical character recognition algorithms. Vinicius G. Mendonca is a computer graphics university professor at Pontifical Catholic University of Parana (PUCPR). He started programming with C++ back in 1998, and ventured into the field of computer gaming and computer graphics back in 2006. He is currently a mentor at the Apple Developer Academy in Brazil, working with, and teaching, metal, machine learning and computer vision for mobile devices. He has served as a reviewer on other Pack books, including OpenNI Cookbook, and Mastering OpenCV and Computer Vision with OpenCV 3 and Qt5. In his research, he has used Kinect, OpenNI, and OpenCV to recognize Brazilian sign language gestures. His areas of interest include mobile, OpenGL, image processing, computer vision, and project management. Prateek Joshi is an artificial intelligence researcher, an author of eight published books, and a TEDx speaker. He has been featured in Forbes 30 Under 30, CNBC, TechCrunch, Silicon Valley Business Journal, and many more publications. He is the founder of Pluto AI, a venture-funded Silicon Valley start-up building an intelligence platform for water facilities. He graduated from the University of Southern California with a Master's degree specializing in Artificial Intelligence. He has previously worked at NVIDIA and Microsoft Research. Roy Shilkrot is an assistant professor of computer science at Stony Brook University, where he leads the Human Interaction group. Dr. Shilkrot's research is in computer vision, human-computer interfaces, and the cross-over between these two domains, funded by US federal, New York State, and industry grants. Dr. Shilkrot graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with a PhD, and has authored more than 25 peer-reviewed papers published at premier computer science conferences, such as CHI and SIGGRAPH, as well as in leading academic journals such as ACM Transaction on Graphics (TOG) and ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (ToCHI).
Table of Contents Getting Started with OpenCV An Introduction to the Basics of OpenCV Learning Graphical User Interfaces Delving into Histogram and Filters Automated Optical Inspection, Object Segmentation, and Detection Learning Object Classification Detecting Face Parts and Overlaying Masks Video Surveillance, Background Modeling, and Morphological Operations Learning Object Tracking Developing Segmentation Algorithms for Text Recognition Text Recognition with Tesseract Deep Learning with OpenCV Cartoonifier and Skin Color Analysis on the RaspberryPi Explore Structure from Motion with the SfM Module Face Landmark and Pose with the Face Module Number Plate Recognition with Deep Convolutional Networks Face Detection and Recognition with the DNN Module Android Camera Calibration and AR Using the ArUco Module iOS Panoramas with the Stitching Module Finding the Best OpenCV Algorithm for the Job Avoiding Common Pitfalls in OpenCV