Case Studies

Using Object Detection to Trigger Automated Email Alerts

In this tutorial, we'll show you how to use object detection to identify specific configurations within an image to trigger email notifications. This setup demonstrates how you can easily integrate

Using Gaming Datasets for Game Automation with Computer Vision

As a child, I grew up playing Minecraft, a 3D block game where the only limit is your creativity. Players navigate their 3D block world, collect resources, 'craft' tools and

Building an Autonomous Vehicle with Object Detection

Ampera Racing is a team formed by students from UFSC (Federal University of Santa Catarina) with the objective of developing an electric vehicle every year and promoting the mobility of

Boxing Punch Detection Using Computer Vision

One of the best parts about joining Roboflow is doing a computer vision project in your first 2 weeks. As someone who loves to workout, I wanted to focus my

Machine vision applications with wearable devices

Using machine vision in industryXR Tech is a UK based solutions provider for extended reality (XR) technologies, digital transformation, and automation in industry. XR Tech uses devices such as RealWear,

Identifying Chocolates With Computer Vision

It’s Valentine’s Day, and your sweetheart has given you a beautiful box of chocolates. You pick out a delicious looking bonbon, bite into it, and…it’s your

Who cares about Nemo, let's find some Sexy Shrimp!

Creating a computer vision model with Roboflow to detect sexy shrimp.

Using Computer Vision to Play Dreidel

As a brand new employee at Roboflow, I was asked to do a computer vision project. So I thought, why not combine a holiday I love so much, Chanukah, with something brand new in my life, Roboflow.

The Future of Football: AI-Assisted Coaches

Scott Bronkema is a former college football player turned software developer. As Scott started tinkering with computer vision, he discovered he can build every football coach's dream application: the automated

How I Used Computer Vision to Make Sense of My Fridge

As part of a groupwork for a postgraduate applied AI at Erasmus Brussels we made an object detection model to identify ingredients in a fridge.

Using Computer Vision to Accelerate Microbiology Research and Combat Antibiotic Resistance

Michael Shamash is a Master’s student in the Maurice Lab at Canada's McGill University. Michael used Roboflow to streamline the production of a model and iOS app for use in microbiology.

Using Computer Vision to Clean the World's Oceans

Global plastic production has exceeded 500 million tons. Moreover, estimates from the US Environmental Protection Agency indicate that 30 percent of all produced plastic will end up in the oceans.

How Atos Uses Computer Vision to Monitor Office Occupancy

Building & deploying a privacy-first model to the edge with Roboflow in 60 days The COVID-19 pandemic changed how and where we work. Fortunately, in some countries, the pandemic appears

How Computer Vision Streamlines Risk Avoidance Workflows in Oil & Gas

The below is a guest post by Douglas Long, a full stack developer in Calgary, Canada. Douglas previously worked in oil and gas. In the oil and gas industry, providing

Using Computer Vision to Keep Stock of Inventory

This is a guest post written by Steven Pereira, Crystal Hu, Joanna Liu, Yuting Shen, and Frank Zhou. It has been lightly edited by the Roboflow team. The problem.In

Using Computer Vision to Extract Document Structure

This is a guest post written by Frederik Brammer, a student in Germany. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, working from home has become more important than ever. Because of homeschooling,

Danger Monitoring for Cyclists using Raspberry Pi and Object Detection

This is a guest post authored by Herberto Warner and lightly edited by the Roboflow team. Herberto's Github hosts all of the images used in his project. Increasing numbers of

Using Computer Vision to Detect Personal Protective Equipment

This is a guest post by data scientist Jaco Lau; this has been lightly edited by the Roboflow team. Having worked in construction, I constantly found myself reminding subcontractors to

How to Use Google Earth Engine and Python API to Export Images to Roboflow

This is a guest post written by Ethan Arsht and Raluca Cîrju. Google Earth Engine is a powerful tool for analyzing and acquiring geographic data. Machine learning experts use Google

Using Computer Vision to Improve Disability Access in Music Education

This is a guest post by Mehek Gosalia, a high school student from Sammamish, Washington. She plans to study computer science. Over the past 4 years, I've worked to develop

Using Computer Vision to Help Win $1 Million in Mountain Dew's Big Game Contest

Last night during Super Bowl LV, Mountain Dew ran an ad featuring John Cena riding through a Mountain Dew-themed amusement park. Bottles are scattered all over the scene: neon signs

Using Computer Vision to Make Card Grading Faster and Cheaper

This blog post is a guest post by James Nitsch, a mobile developer (Android) with WillowTree Apps living in Charlottesville, VA. He's passionate about do-it-yourself hardware projects, 3D printing, and

Using Computer Vision to Win at Duck Hunt

Can we use object detection to automate identifying moving objects on a screen? Abhinav Mandava leverages Roboflow to create an aimbot (which automates aiming and firing for the player) for Duck Hunt.

Using Computer Vision to Detect Package Deliveries

This post is a guest post written by Brian Egge. Brian works in finance, though this is a personal project. Many households are getting more packages delivered than ever before.

Using Computer Vision to Boost Cities' Efficiency by Reallocating Police Resources

The below post is a guest post written by data scientist Joseph Rosenblum. He is using computer vision to make cities more efficient and decrease the bias in traffic-related policing.