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Steven Hickson
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Computer Vision Could Have Avoided Fatal Uber Crash
Uber's autonomous car hit and killed a pedestrian this week. You can see the video footage previous to the wreck  here . There have been a lot of articles talking about how the driver could have avoided the accident. I'm instead going to take a look at how ...
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Getting your fridge to order food for you with a RPi camera and a hacked up Instacart API
This is a detailed post on how to get your fridge to autonomously order fruit for you when you are low.  An RPi takes a picture every day and detects if you have fruit or not using my Caffe web query code . If your fridge is low on fruit, it orders fruit us...
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RPi Videolooper Not booting: blinking cursor bug fix
VideoLooper 4 (bug fix)!! Wanted to apologize to everyone for the blinking cursor bug with the newest videolooper. I introduced it without realizing it by over-aggressively shrinking the partition to ease the download. If you have that bug you can download ...
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Classifying everything using your RPi Camera: Deep Learning with the Pi
For those who don't want to read, the code can be found on my github with a readme: https://github.com/StevenHickson/RPi_CaffeQuery What is object classification? Object classification has been a very popular topic the past couple years. Given an image, we ...
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Introducing videolooper 3.0!! This image is compatible with the A,B,B+, and B 2 versions.  I have a brand new version of the Raspberry Pi Videolooper that is compatible with the new B V2 and has a bunch of new features that streamline it for easy use. It ca...
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Control anything electrical with the Raspberry Pi using 433 MHz RF
I've gotten a lot of e-mails in the past about controlling lights, plugged-in utilities, etc. with my voicecommand software on the Raspberry Pi and I decided to make a quick easy guide. Why would you want to do this? This is an easy question to answer. I wa...
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Voicecommand image file and controlling electronics with your voice
With the introduction of the Raspberry Pi B+, a lot of people are finding image files aren't working unless updated first. Because of this, I went ahead and made a fresh image file for voicecommand on Raspbian that is A/B/B+ compatible. You can download it ...
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