Overview – and Discussion – About Intel’s Computer Vision SDK | #IoT #IoTuesday
Earlier this month the Intel® Computer Vision SDK Beta was released. This SDK allows developers to make their computer vision applications more accurate and faster. This week I had the pleasure of sitting down with Tudor Panu in order to talk to him about what the Intel® CV SDK is, a demo showing off some capabilities, and how developers can leverage the SDK for their computer vision projects. You can watch the full discussion here: https://www.facebook.com/IntelDeveloperZone/videos/10154895430807338/
In this blog I would like to share what I learned about the Intel® CV SDK and share some resources to help get you started in developing computer vision applications.
Intel® IoT Developer ShowCome back every month for a new IoT Developer Show. This month: Intel Computer Vision SDK.Follow the links below to access the pages and trainings mentioned throughout this episode.Get an overview of the new Intel® Computer Vision SDK (Intel® CV SDK): http://intel.ly/2wXLTnaResources for commercial IoT solutions: http://bit.ly/2wXsRxfCheck out the IoT Training Hub to watch the latest webinars and workshop videos that demonstrate how to use Intel IoT Technology to develop solutions, solve technical challenges, and expand your IoT skills: http://intel.ly/2wDW3JXSign up for the Advanced Video Processing using Intel® Media SDK webinar: http://intel.ly/2wDCGjY
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