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Hourly - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for a scientific programmer with solid background in image processing. Must be fluent in MATLAB, OpenCV + C++, or OpenCV + Python, and comfortable implementing mathematical algorithms. Experience in image registration and feature-based classification is a big plus. This is a part-time (15-25 hours/week) position for at least one month, but it may turn into an ongoing engagement for the right candidate. Smart Systems Consulting in Boston, USA, has a contract with a life sciences company that is developing a revolutionary image-analysis platform. Your role will be to implement image enhancement and analysis algorithms, and build data-handling software utilities to support a small team of physicists and computer vision experts.
Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 2,000 Posted
1. Creation of software that can differentiate a fox from a kangaroo from video clips using neural-network learning. 2. The software should respond within 30 seconds of the end of playing the video clip (preferably within a shorter period) and provide a binary assessment – either ‘more likely to be fox or ‘more likely not to be a fox’. 3. The program should permit video files to be entered manually, should make it clear when the program is analysing the entered video and should display a result when completed (fox or ‘not fox). 4. The software should be able to function equally with either color or black and white video format. 5. System should permit entry of human assessment (fox or ‘not fox) after providing analysis and should to be able to learn from this input. 6. Video clips of foxes and kangaroos will be provided for product development. 7. A bank of similar (but different) clips will be used to test the delivered product. We're after an expert - the best. It's a relatively...
Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 1,000 Posted
We are looking for a software developer with knowledge in Video, OpenCV, Computer Vision and Image Processing. Expertise counting people and doing face recognition or gender detection is a plus. The candidate will need to have knowledge on the different ways available for counting people using video cameras. Special knowledge will be needed when counting many people crossing an area at the same time (from 4 to 8 meters wide) which can stand for thousands of people in a matter of minutes. Knowledge in Products and API Tools already developed for Video Analysis Technology also will be assessed. Further project details will be provided to candidates in the short list. Please type "I am an OpenCV expert" at thecovers beginning to apply.
Hourly - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I'm looking to have an exact replica of http://people.csail.mit.edu/cchoi/research_rgbdtracking.html Utilizing the assets they used (provided on that page) Not in real time, and with no focus on speed performance or efficiency. Just functionality, within at least 90% of the same accuracy that the paper describes. People who have worked with machine vision and algorithmics only please. Spam applications will be reported and marked as spam.
Hourly - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We need a machine vision developer - specifically an OpenCV guru with some background in deep-learning toolkits - on an ongoing basis for various projects. - Open CV and/or other machine vision toolkits - GPU programming CUDA and/or OpenCL - C++ wizard , (Java or Python nice-to-have) - Video understanding, semantic segmentation, Action recognition, SLAM, and efficient flow/stereo methods - ANNs, DBN, CNNs, RBMs, “deep-learning” with frameworks such as Caffe highly desirable - Knowledge of machine-vision approaches highly desirable Experience designing and implementing real-world, high-performance machine learning systems. With your application please submit a brief summary of the hardest problem you worked in your career and why you consider it your crowning glory achievement. Note: This post is NOT for the amateur who has done a term project with machine vision, we are looking for the most skilled resources, **Spam applications will be deleted immediately. Don't even...
Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 500 Posted
Develop software using python and openCV to create a depth map of a person’s face and torso. You can MATLAB code we already developed as guide. Experience required - Python - image processing - openCV - face detection Preferred: - Experience with MATLAB to look at existing code Details: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1v2c4kpVr-A_bp7E9k4zNXvofp2y-uuhu3_eW_znQVfw/edit?usp=sharing Budget: At least $500, please provide your estimate and time-frame Can lead to long-term position if goes well
Fixed-Price - Est. Budget: $ 400 Posted
We have developed a method for identifying polygon objects and recoloring their surface while preserving lighting conditions. This is a two part algorithm. Part one requires no user input, runs a custom line detection method, and finds all line intersections. Part 2a has a single coordinate as user input, extracts a color from that coordinate and finds a polygon around that coordinate using both the custom line detection from part one and color segmentation. 2b takes a user input color, maps the image to a different colorspace and changes the polygon around the user input to the target color to preserve shaging of the original image. Please note that the lightness of the input color is considered an important part of that color and cannot be separated from the input. We have a process in this algorithm which sometimes does not appear end and thus causes a drain on memory (perhaps a memory leak, not certain). As our application scales, this causes the server to run out of...