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Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking for a C# developer to help with an automation app. The goal of the application is to locate the coordinates of a UI button (in a program or website). What we have are: - sample UI element (.png) - text that is present on UI element We would like to know with 90% certainty if the sample UI element is present on a screenshot, and take its coordinates. The main challenges are: - translucent elements where background colors bleed into the element - varying sizes/resolutions
Skills: Computer vision .NET Framework C# OpenCV
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I'm looking someone with experience in performing Optical Character Recognition (OCR) for scanned PDFs. I have many thousands of scanned PDFs that I need the text of to be used for an internal project. The scanned PDFs contain blocks of text and also tables that would require OCR. The nature of this project requires that the OCR be as close to 100% accurate as possible. The use of any technology is acceptable (tesseract, ABBYY, etc) as long as the OCR of the PDF files is as close to 100% as possible. I will provide the files in PDF format via Dropbox and the deliverable format should be in .txt format (no formatting other than line breaks required). Proficiency in english (written and spoken) is a must-have requirements for this job and be able to communicate status updates and issues. There is a short term need to digitize 2,000 files and potential for follow on work up to 500 files a month there after.
Skills: Computer vision Adobe PDF English Spelling OCR algorithms
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Hello, I am looking for a developer with experience doing Marker recognition/Computer Vision on iOS/iPad. I have built an app on iPad using OpenFrameworks and Aruco but i am experiencing a lot of crashes and I need help. Job: Build robust IPad app to read multiple markers (Coordinates, Rotation and Translation) and perform calcs/events with them. Preferably OF/Aruco or Unity but open to other ideas. No UI needed. If all good: will have more work :)
Skills: Computer vision Unity
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Looking for a computer vision developer to help with a funded project. Trying to detect vehicles passing through an ROI and track them with cameras placed on the residential city streets from a 30ft/10m height. Need to track through heavy occlusions, such as overlapping cars while they try to park. The goal is to determine parking availability in real time, for metered and unmetered spaces. Your algorithm will run on a ARM processor, currently the raspberry pi 3, and the camera is the raspberry pi camera (5MP). There is a fisheye lens on the camera to capture the entire FOV. Hopefully, the algorithm can run in at least 5 fps. I've tried pursuing this myself, but I can't segment the cars properly inside the ROI while there is traffic. I am familiar with computer vision and current research, so you will be talking to someone who understands the technical aspects of this work. I am looking for a professional, who can be creative about solving the problems presented by this project. There are many ways to approach this, and I'm hoping your experience will guide us. I look forward to speaking with you!
Skills: Computer vision Machine learning OpenCV
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We are looking for a senior engineer versed in computer vision, machine learning, and image analysis to join our team. You should have Strong math skills Machine learning, particularly in the context of computer vision Good intuition for real-world systems; Good proposal writer and presentation skills Can develop working prototype code, preferably in C++ Qualifications MS degree in Robotics, Computer Vision, or Computer Science; PhD preferred. Five or more years of work experience in developing advanced computer vision / machine learning / artificial intelligence applications.
  • Number of freelancers needed: 3
Skills: Computer vision Artificial Intelligence Machine learning
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I am currently a student in University of Chicago. I am working on a fashion project and would like to build a tool where from a click on a page, it opens the camera of the phone or laptop, person takes a photo of his full body and inputs his height. Then the tool would use the height (which is the scale of the image) + the body picture to take a few measurements from his body using image processing, then compare them to a size chart, and recommend the size for that person.
Skills: Computer vision Image Processing
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
We need a small addition to the dlib c++ library. The dlib library provides a facial key point detection algorithm with the following API: face_points = find_face_keypoints(image, face_rectangle) Where'face_rectangle' is a region of the image where a face is located, 'face_points' here refers to facial keypoints detected by the algorithm. We need this new API: face_points = find_face_keypoints_with_previous(image, previous_face_points) Where 'previous_detection' is simply the result from a previous call to 'find_face_keypoints' This new addition will allow for better initialization of the key point detection. Note: this does not require tracking points over frames, it is simply another method of initializing the key point localization. The function 'find_face_keypoints_with_previous' should be stateless and so will not have access to the previous frame. The work will require digging in to dlib's shape_predictor and it's data structures, and writing a one or more utility functions to transform the data. ( e.g. estimating affine transforms -- though dlib provides the heavy lifting related to things like that ) You should have a solid grasp of c++ and data structures. Your result should include a small patch to the dlib file 'shape_predictor.h', The relevant function to look at is: ..dlib/image_processing/shape_predictor.h line 323 and an example program in c++ demonstrating that the new function works, including: - show that you can call your new function with a face image + a previous detection from a slightly translated image and you get the correct facial keypoint predictions. -- however you want to visualize the results is OK.. provided it's reproducible and easy to prove it's working. - instructions for compiling If you have read this far, congratulations.. please indicate you have done so by including 'dlib' in somewhere in your reply so we can filter out the robots. If you know what you're doing, this job could be completed in a matter of hours. P.S. If we like working together, we have many other opportunities where computer vision expertise is required. Thanks for your time!
Skills: Computer vision C++ Mathematics OpenCV
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I have a list of URLs which contain brand logos, I need a box around these logos and i need to know the coordinates of that box. I need to know the x,y location of the top left corner as well as the width and length. I can have humans draw the box. So perhaps all you need to identify is the box and not the logo. I have the URLs, I need to add the boxes and i need to know the box coordinates. This is an extremely urgent task, and I need it today. Here is an example of the URLs I have. http://tinyurl.com/jcgjpf3 http://tinyurl.com/hj6x9qx http://tinyurl.com/h85k27z Each of which shows the PayPal logo in a natural setting. I dont have the box around them yet.
Skills: Computer vision