In many tasks we need to do something at given intervals of time. The most obvious ways may not give you the best results.
Does your business still have an XT computer in the back office because it’s running that one version of some database software that your business depends on? Yeah, we know there is. Most modern software doesn’t work like that.
If you aren’t keeping your custom software up with the changing computing environment, it will fail not necessarily because it has flaws, or the hardware can no longer meet the demand, but because the support your software relies upon has changed.
Let’s look at the vulnerabilities you must manage so that your software does not reach its end of life before losing its inherent usefulness.
Spectrogram of swelling trumpet sound
Art+Logic’s Incubator project has made a lot of progress. In a previous post I mentioned that Dr. Scott Hawley’s technique to classify audio involved converting audio to an image and using a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) to classify the audio based on this image. That image is a spectrogram. I’m going to go into some detail about what we do to create one, and why to the best of my ability.
Art+Logic has kicked-off its first software Incubator project, and I was selected to handle the development effort. After meeting Dr. Scott Hawley and being briefed on the technique he uses for classification of audio files using neural networks (NN), and determining current and future features, we were ready to begin the project. While we go through this process, I’ll be documenting it on this blog. (more…)
You’re curious about how SnapChat can apply those stamps, you want to create an autonomous controller for your USB controlled Nerf missile launcher, or maybe you have an actual business need. Here is a simple formula to get started with OpenCV so that you can achieve your Computer Vision dreams. Cinder provides a great creative computing framework with a simple pattern of update and draw cycles. It already has support for OpenGL rendering, and it can easily support OpenCV.