Friday 6th July, 2012
11:15am to 12:15pm
OpenCV is a fantastic open source library for computer vision and image processing. There is a wrapper for Python. In this talk we want to introduce you and help you to pass the learning curve of OpenCV using the wrapper for Python.
We’ll play with the the main functions of image and video processing. We’ll also cover any differences between OpenCV 2.3.1 (cv2) and the earlier versions (cv). We want to share tips, skills, and experiences about OpenCV and Python.
Freelancer student, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco
Speaker and workshop presenter in different local conferences in Mexico (ENLi, FLISoL, CONACI, CONAIS, FONASOL), open source enthusiast, blogger, freelancer and Django/Python programmer.Computer system student, actually I am working in a thesis about Mammography Image Processing.
12:15pm HeavyBASE: A Python Peer-To-Peer Database for Clinical Trials and Biobanks by Luca Clivio
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