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SIMD Everywhere Optimization from ARM Neon to RISC-V Vector Extensions
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 29 Sep 2023
VidCutter: A program for lossless video cutting
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 20 Aug 2023
Looking to recreate a cool AI assistant project with free tools
3 projects | /r/selfhosted | 2 Aug 2023
- [ OpenCV](https://opencv.org/) instead of YoloV8 for computer vision and object detection3 projects | /r/techsupport | 2 Aug 2023
I came across a very interesting [project]( (4) Mckay Wrigley on Twitter: "My goal is to (hopefully!) add my house to the dataset over time so that I have an indoor assistant with knowledge of my surroundings. It’s basically just a slow process of building a good enough dataset. I hacked this together for 2 reasons: 1) It was fun, and I wanted to…" / X ) made by Mckay Wrigley and I was wondering what's the easiest way to implement it using free, open-source software. Here's what he used originally, followed by some open source candidates I'm considering but would love feedback and advice before starting: Original Tools: - YoloV8 does the heavy lifting with the object detection - OpenAI Whisper handles voice - GPT-4 handles the “AI” - Google Custom Search Engine handles web browsing - MacOS/iOS handles streaming the video from my iPhone to my Mac - Python for the rest Open Source Alternatives: - [ OpenCV](https://opencv.org/) instead of YoloV8 for computer vision and object detection - Replacing GPT-4 is still a challenge as I know there are some good open-source LLms like Llama 2, but I don't know how to apply this in the code perhaps in the form of api - [DeepSpeech](https://github.com/mozilla/DeepSpeech) rather than Whisper for offline speech-to-text - [Coqui TTS](https://github.com/coqui-ai/TTS) instead of Whisper for text-to-speech - Browser automation with [Selenium](https://www.selenium.dev/) instead of Google Custom Search - Stream video from phone via RTSP instead of iOS integration - Python for rest of code I'm new to working with tools like OpenCV, DeepSpeech, etc so would love any advice on the best way to replicate the original project in an open source way before I dive in. Are there any good guides or better resources out there? What are some pitfalls to avoid? Any help is much appreciated!
[Question] I'd like to find out about how the x, y, w, h values retrieved by detectMultiScale() (for the rectangle boundary during face detection) and how it is calculated in the Haar Cascade OpenCV library. Does anyone know where I can find the code?
2 projects | /r/computervision | 10 Jul 2023
Glancing at the code, I think it's detectMultiScaleNoGrouping and then the operator() of CascadeClassifierInvoker gets called. It will probably help you to put a breakpoint and step through that bit of the code.2 projects | /r/computervision | 10 Jul 2023
On GitHub https://github.com/opencv/opencv
OpenCV VS ppmpp - a user suggested alternative
2 projects | 22 Jun 2023
Analyze defects and errors in the created images
4 projects | /r/StableDiffusionInfo | 21 Jun 2023
What are the limits of blueprints?
4 projects | /r/unrealengine | 25 May 2023
You also need C++ if you're going to do things which aren't built in as part of the engine. As an example if you're looking at using compute shaders, inbuilt native APIs such as a mobile phone's location services, or a third-party library such as OpenCV, then you're going to need C++.
how to fix failed to fetch error when installing OpenCV on raspberry pi?
2 projects | /r/rasberrypi | 10 May 2023
wget -O opencv.zip https://github.com/opencv/opencv/archive/4.1.0.zip
OCR at Edge on Cloudflare Constellation
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 3 Jul 2023
Donut: OCR-Free Document Understanding Transformer
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 29 May 2023
The main one was https://github.com/JaidedAI/EasyOCR, mostly because, as promised, it was pretty easy to use, and uses pytorch (which I preferred in case I wanted to tweak it). It has been updated since, but at the time it was using CRNN, which is a solid model, especially for the time - it wasn't (academic) SOTA but not far behind that. I'm sure I could've coaxed better performance than I got out of it with some retraining and hyperparameter tuning.
I made a website for a friend who owns a restaurant. He's wondering if there's a way to upload a picture of his menu daily. What is the best way to do this?
2 projects | /r/learnprogramming | 15 Jan 2023
[P]Modern open-source OCR capabilities and which model to choose
2 projects | /r/MachineLearning | 18 Nov 2022
I've used EasyOCR for number recognition tasks. Works fairly well. https://github.com/JaidedAI/EasyOCR
[D] Looking for a fast OCR repo
2 projects | /r/MachineLearning | 5 Jul 2022
Do you have hardware acceleration available? If so, check out https://github.com/JaidedAI/EasyOCR
[P] Training to read PDF documents. Any ideas?
3 projects | /r/MachineLearning | 20 May 2022
If all you need to do is OCR, check out https://github.com/JaidedAI/EasyOCR , it's a similar architecture to the cloud services, without all the $. You'll end up with extracted text and bounding boxes for it.
6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 9 May 2022
I've had good results with EasyOCR, much better than Tesseract. I agree with you, Tesseract has performed very poorly in my experience.
I have created a tool to translate any kind of VN by image analysis.
5 projects | /r/visualnovels | 26 Mar 2022
Currently the tool supports 2 different OCRs. PaddleOCR and EasyOCR. In both cases, the OCR has a specific model for Japanese characters. They work quite well, as long as the characters have clear contrast. The problem is that these OCR implement Torch, which makes the program very heavy. I am looking for a way to optimize this.
Extract text from PDF
7 projects | /r/Python | 2 Nov 2021
the repo with Python package https://github.com/JaidedAI/EasyOCR7 projects | /r/Python | 2 Nov 2021
website with online demo https://www.jaided.ai/easyocr/ (you can upload your images there)
What are some alternatives?
PaddleOCR - Awesome multilingual OCR toolkits based on PaddlePaddle (practical ultra lightweight OCR system, support 80+ languages recognition, provide data annotation and synthesis tools, support training and deployment among server, mobile, embedded and IoT devices)
libvips - A fast image processing library with low memory needs.
tesseract-ocr - Tesseract Open Source OCR Engine (main repository)
VTK - Mirror of Visualization Toolkit repository
yolov5 - YOLOv5 🚀 in PyTorch > ONNX > CoreML > TFLite
CImg - The CImg Library is a small and open-source C++ toolkit for image processing
Boost.GIL - Boost.GIL - Generic Image Library | Requires C++14 since Boost 1.80
doctr - docTR (Document Text Recognition) - a seamless, high-performing & accessible library for OCR-related tasks powered by Deep Learning.
awesome-colab-notebooks - Collection of google colaboratory notebooks for fast and easy experiments
tesserocr - A Python wrapper for the tesseract-ocr API
scikit-image - Image processing in Python
SimpleCV - The Open Source Framework for Machine Vision