Kindle Review – Reading on Amazon Kindle vs Smartphone

Hello Readers, I hope you guys are good. I have been doing a lot of reading lately. I enjoy learning new stuff. And what’s ¬†better than books when you want to learn things. Reader problems Reading on phone’s screen is cool. But in long reading sessions, it left my eyes strained. That’s what you expect to happen when you read on an LED screen without any computer glasses. I decided to invest in something that solves this problem and makes reading more satisfying. So I bought an Amazon Kindle. In today’s article, I will show you the difference in reading […]

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Arduino ultrasonic sensor alarm | Basic Arduino Projects

Hello readers, Let’s build an Arduino ultrasonic sensor alarm. My name is Raghavendra, and I am an Engineer, security researcher, and Blogger. My passion is to make the Internet safer for everyone and doing Electronics projects. This blog post will give you an idea of the Arduino microcontroller board, and we will build a very basic ultrasonic sensor alarm. Bear with me and let me show how easy it is to get started and create your project with Arduino. Hope you guys would like it and learn something from my blog. Ready? Let us get going.   What is Arduino? […]

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OpenCV Eye detection example- Try out glasses using OpenCV

Hello, Reader! I hope you are doing well. My last post on this blog was about a utility that I find very useful. You can check it out here: Movie right now. Here I am going to show you a straightforward usage of OpenCV eye detection and masking. The Inspiration: OpenCV eye detection and more. Yesterday I was checking out Lenskart.com. I was looking for a sunglass. I do not use Sunglasses much, so I had no idea which variety and shape would look better on my face. So I was just scrolling up and down. They had this handy […]

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Movie Right Now – Compare movies using simple GUI tool

Hello, Readers! I hope you are having fun and trying out new things with OpenCV. If you are having any issues with installing OpenCV and want to get started quickly, you can follow this guide to install OpenCV. In this post, I am going to show you a utility that I created while I was in college. I named it Movie Right Now. Let me show you what it does. While I was in college, I had a lot of free time. I liked watching movies. I copied movies from the computers of my friends. Gradually, the collection of movies […]

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How to Install OpenCV – OpenCV 3.2 on Ubuntu 17.04 with PyCharm

Hello, Readers! I am very pumped up by the response my previous articles on OpenCV got. Thanks a lot for the support. I will continue to share more contents on the techs I learn every day. Chien asked me how to install OpenCV along with an IDE. First of all, I searched for relevant tutorials available on the internet. I found out that there are no updated guides to follow. So I thought I should provide you guys with one. So here I am going to show you how to install OpenCV with ease. Ready? Let’s get started. Requirements – […]

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Paper js-Howler js example – Building a patatap clone

Hello Readers, myself Saif and this is my first post on this blog. If you haven’t seen the listed projects, then check this out Minimal Blog. In this Paper js-Howler js example post, I am going to show you how to make a PATATAP clone web application. I made this app by learning from this Awesome Udemy course. If you are a beginner in front end web development, then the above course is like a must to start your web development journey. Colt Steele is an excellent coach. He illustrates concepts efficiently and uses a good teaching method. If you […]

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OpenCV corner detection methods – detect corners in video and image

Hello, readers! I am very pleased to receive some good response to my last post on OpenCV edge detection. Thank you, guys. Shahsparx being a very young blog it means a lot. So I thought it would be a good idea to share some more OpenCV feature detection methods. In this post, I am aiming to give you some idea about OpenCV corner detection methods. Considering that there are a good number of functions that deal with finding features, I am going to discuss more of them in my next post. Here, I am going to show you two OpenCV […]

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Edge detection in OpenCV and Python – Detect edges in video and image

Hello, Readers, I hope you liked my previous posts on Face detection with OpenCV. I used python to show you the code. Here I am going to discuss Edge detection in OpenCV. Also, I will show you how to implement Edge detection in OpenCV using python. Ready? Let’s get started. First of all, let me list the basics. Image processing basics What is an image? Let’s find out. Save below code as ‘image.py’ and run it as ‘python image.py.’ Notice that the output is a 3D array. Here our image that we are printing is a colored image. Now, what […]

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GREP Regular Expression examples – Regex with grep command

Hello, readers! I hope my previous posts on OpenCV face detection and JavaFX material design were useful to you. Here I will show you how to use the Linux utility such as grep for pattern matching using regular expressions. I will also show you some grep regular expression examples. So let’s get started. The Grep command Before describing grep regular expression examples, a brief introduction to Grep utility. Grep(globally search a regular expression and print) is a command line UNIX utility for searching for patterns that match a regular expression in a plain text data set. So, how to use […]

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JavaFX tableview example – building tableview with JSON data

Hello, readers! My last post about JavaFX was about implementing the material design using JFoenix library. Here I am going to show you steps to build your JavaFX tableview with JSON data. So Let’s get started. JSON for JavaFX tableview First of all, let us discuss why do we need to put JSON data in the JavaFX tableview. As we all know, APIs are everywhere. All the data is flowing between different applications via APIs. APIs send responses mainly in either JSON or XML format. JSON is much simpler, faster and readable as compared to XML. So, most of the […]

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