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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
So You Decided to Extract Recipe Text From Scans of Your Grandpa's Old Cookbook Using Pytesseract (+ My Grandma's Fig Cake Recipe) (+ Hidden Recipes To Be Found)
3 projects | /r/Python | 12 Sep 2023
Install Google Tesseract OCR (additional info how to install the engine on Linux, Mac OSX and Windows). You must be able to invoke the tesseract command as tesseract. If this isn’t the case, for example because tesseract isn’t in your PATH, you will have to change the “tesseract_cmd” variable pytesseract.pytesseract.tesseract_cmd. Under Debian/Ubuntu you can use the package tesseract-ocr. For Mac OS users. please install homebrew package tesseract.
How to ingest image based PDFs into private GPT model?
2 projects | /r/aipromptprogramming | 27 Jun 2023
I’ve used Tesseract for this. It seems to work well with tabular data. https://github.com/tesseract-ocr/tesseract
What should I use to take notes in college?
13 projects | /r/archlinux | 23 Jun 2023
If you go this route, then using an app that can convert your handwritten notes to a digital format (indexed text), will give you a good balance between cognitive processing and efficient data storage/management; you can likely find many such apps on the App Store or Google Play. If you're interested in something more hands-on, on Arch you can probably experiment with Tesseract OCR in an interesting way (Example).
Filenames and Pathnames in Shell: How to Do It Correctly
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 20 Jun 2023
Less that 20 years ago. Not a small project.
Github packages/Apps that are must have for Physicists using Linux
3 projects | /r/AskPhysics | 16 Apr 2023
I have recently discovered a few very helpful github packages which help me make notes while listening to lectures. These would be 1. pix2tex (allows you to scan an equation and convert it to latex) 2. pix2text (allows you to scan an equation with words in it and converts it to latex and text) 3. Tesseract (not really a physics related package, but it does allow me to copy notes from transcripts easily) 4. Mathpix an app that performs all the above mentioned operations better than the packages above, but one which ain't free.
Does anyone here has Statement of Purpose or Motivation letter dataset ??
2 projects | /r/datasets | 10 Apr 2023
I suggest manually creating a dataset using scribd.com. It offers a free trial period of 30 days, but I am uncertain whether it covers unlimited documents or not. Nevertheless, there are over one million statements of purpose (SOPs) available on the site. You could also use the Scribd downloader. Some documents may be composed of a bunch of images, so you will have to use something like Tesseract OCR.
Exploring OCR and text-to-speech in FFMPEG...
2 projects | dev.to | 20 Jan 2023
The ocr filter in ffmpeg is powered by the Tesseract library. As you will often find in ffmpeg, the build within ffmpeg has only a subset of the functionality of the original library - at least, for the moment. There's always the possibility of APIs being expanded in later ffmpeg releases. And it is open source of course, so there's the option of instigating those changes yourself - or using the original library in conjunction with ffmpeg if that suits your needs better.
Need to translate a 200 page book
2 projects | /r/languagelearning | 5 Jan 2023
After that you would use Tesseract-OCR to OCR the pages. Tesseract is a open source multiplatform OCR software. If the typeface is something non standard you would have to train the recognition engine on your data.
Are there any OCR and Speech-to-Text services that are privacy friendly?
2 projects | /r/privacy | 3 Jan 2023
Decent OCR: https://github.com/tesseract-ocr/tesseract
[D] Can I use ML/AI to read the back panels of electronic components?
11 projects | /r/MachineLearning | 2 Jan 2023
tesseract-ocr/tesseract: Tesseract Open Source OCR Engine (main repository)
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.
pytesseract - A Python wrapper for Google Tesseract
EasyOCR - Ready-to-use OCR with 80+ supported languages and all popular writing scripts including Latin, Chinese, Arabic, Devanagari, Cyrillic and etc.
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
scikit-image - Image processing in Python
SimpleCV - The Open Source Framework for Machine Vision
imagick - Go binding to ImageMagick's MagickWand C API