I found something really striking when I came across Deep Learning. It shares the same approach / technique as Motion Estimation, a completely different field ...
The Anyline team has hosted a monthly Computer Vision Meetup since November 2015. Since then, we’ve had a lot of great speakers and fun evenings together. Our latest event was Meetup 23 about computer vision and it was no exception!
We are always trying to make our customers happy of course – but this time it wasn’t that easy. Tensorflow is only quite recently supported on Windows in general.
We’ve recently given you a list of smart glasses that are currently on the market and we’ve talked about the trend of lighter and more wearable ones. But what if you don’t even have to wear smart glasses to get the full augmented reality experience, what if you could simply wear contact lenses? Samsung could make that possible!
Two days ago we hosted the 7ᵗʰ Computer Vision Meetup in our office “Die Manege”. After a quick intro by our CTO Daniel Albertini we dove straight into the first talk about deep learning.
Last month we hosted the 5th edition of our Monthly Computer Vision Meetup! It was the first time we had an external sponsor – big thanks to ViewAr who kept the audience refreshed through the event! 🙂
According to a new market research conducted by MarketsandMarkets the mobile augmented reality market is expected to be worth nearly $80 Billion by 2022.
Last week we gave you an An Introduction to Binary, Truncate & To Zero Thresholding, which we hope you found useful! This blog post will dive a little deeper into the thresholding topic with Otsu Thresholding and Adaptive Thresholding. So let's get started!
Atheer kind of kept under the radar, while it silently achieved a leadership position in the field of augmented reality eyewear.
OCR brings great added value to all different kinds of campaigns. This is why we want to help you pitch the technology for your next OCR marketing project.
OCR is a very powerful tool. We want to show the many different use cases OCR can be used for and which problems it might be able to solve
In December, our CTO Daniel and our Computer Vision Expert Martin got the chance to fly to Las Vegas for the 12th International Symposium on Visual Computing
Graph Theory Part 2 will explain the concept of dual graphs, region adjacency graphs, graph pyramids, and combinatorial pyramids.
At the end of March, the meetup crowd gathered once again to talk and learn about interesting projects in the area Computer Vision!
Welcome to the recap of the Computer Vision Meetup April Edition! We were very proud that the meetup was hosted in a special location: at the top of the IBM building in Vienna, with an amazing view over the city!
For a long time it has been "online vs. offline" and "digital vs. analog" - but we are in the midst of the all-digital age, part of a generation which strives to turn towards a mobile device and the internet when in search of anything.
Given our efforts to technologically update all our features, which enable a better cooperation with our AR partner Wikitude and our efforts to work on solutions for smart glasses providers and potential customers like Epson, we’d like to give you an update on the best smart glasses of 2016 until now.
This time people gathered at the shared office "Die Manege" for a very Microsoft focused meetup! We had the pleasure to welcome Microsoft Tech Evangelist Rina Ahmed for a very informative talk about all kinds of Cognitive Services APIs her company offers. Afterwards we jumped to the Microsoft HoloLens, started with an intro to the technical specifications and in how to develop on the HoloLens. The highlight was kept until the end: A live demo and the hands-on try out for all attendees!
Since our support team always gets all different kinds of questions and requests, we want to answer them for you one by one!
Welcome back to our Computer Vision Roundups, our February Meetup was an almost-February-Meetup, taking place on March 1st. Good thing all of you got the memo - we were delighted to have started the year with so many more members in our Computer Vision Group on Meetup.com and more new faces at our regular meetups!
Anyline is a mobile OCR SDK that can be implemented into an app. It enables to scan an image and extract all the characters and turn it into digital output.
We did it! We've finished our first year as founders and hosts of the first Computer Vision Meetup in Vienna! A year ago we thought it couldn’t be that hard to host a meetup because all you need for it is already there - or almost there: a good location, interesting people, thrilling talks, great marketing and free drinks.
End of April we hosted the 6ᵗʰ Computer Vision Meetup in our office “Die Manege”. We had the honour that one of our most seen member of the meetup Dr. Gayane Shalunts presented her PhD thesis about “Classification of the architectural style of a Romanesque, Gothic or Baroque building facade through a Computer Vision Tool”.
Monthly Computer Vision Meetup Roundup #4 This February we hosted the 4th Computer Vision Meetup in a row, [...]