Band 1 (Coastal Aerosol) capture by Landsat of the Great Lakes

Introduction

Multispectral imagery contains data over many different bands of the electromagnetic spectrum, including visible light. …


CI/CD with Fastlane

Today, I’ll talk to you about my second project at FirstRoot. You can see my first here: https://grokwithrahul.medium.com/my-first-internship-project-faff848d7899

FirstRoot is a Silicon Valley startup that aims to improve financial literacy in children and teenagers through participatory budgeting. Students learn by investing real money in schools, schools benefit…


Building a microservice iteratively

My second internship project: https://grokwithrahul.medium.com/my-second-internship-project-e72f8f7865c9

I’m a 15-year-old in the 9th grade, and I’m delighted to have joined FirstRoot as an Intern.

FirstRoot is a Silicon valley startup that aims to improve financial literacy in children and teenagers, through the usage of participatory budgeting. Students learn…


Photo by Krisztina Papp from Pexels

Microservices are like Baazars: One can get everything they might want, but every shop sells only one type of item: A clothes shop sells clothes, Fruits shops sells fruits. The Bazaar itself is not one giant shop: rather, it is a grouping of smaller shops, each which sell specialized goods…


Create beautiful realistic pencil sketches with the package sketchify in Python.

Creating a realistic pencil sketch by hand requires hours of agonizing work: from converting textures, perfecting shadows, to the tiniest of details. Now, you can create realistic pencil sketches in Python — using only two lines of code!


This is part 3 of a 3-part article series, where complex computer vision and facial recognition topics are broken down for beginners to follow.

Article 1: https://medium.com/@grokwithrahul/facial-recognition-for-kids-of-all-ages-part-1-c496040b2517
Article 2:
https://medium.com/analytics-vidhya/facial-recognition-for-kids-of-all-ages-part-2-3281084091de

Now that we’ve understood the theory behind Haar cascades and the LBPH model, let’s implement it in code.

We’ll be…


This is part 2 of a 3-part article series, where complex computer vision and facial recognition topics are broken down for beginners to follow.

The link to the previous article is: Facial Recognition for Kids of all Ages - Part 1

Now that we’ve understood Haar cascades and their role…


In this 3-part article series, complex topics are broken down for beginners to understand. The contents are: 1 — Facial detection, 2 — Facial recognition, 3 — Face recognition in Python

Link to part 2 of this series: Facial Recognition for Kids of all Ages — part 2

Facial Recognition: The introduction

According to…

Rahul Prabhu

I write and code about all kinds of stuff: grokwithrahul.com

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