Explore the world of image embeddings in computer vision, as we dive into clustering, dataset assessment, and detecting image duplication. Discover dimensionality reduction techniques like t-SNE and UMAP. Use CLIP embeddings for analyzing image class distribution and identifying similar images.
Discover the incredible potential of Meta AI's Segment Anything Model (SAM) in this comprehensive tutorial! We dive into SAM, an efficient and promptable model for image segmentation, which has revolutionized computer vision tasks.
Counting moving objects is one of the most popular use cases in computer vision. It is used, among other things, in traffic analysis and as part of the automation of manufacturing processes. That is why understanding how to do it well is crucial for any CV engineer.
At Roboflow, we often get asked, what is the train, validation, test split and why do I need it? The motivation is quite simple: you should separate you data into train, validation, and test splits to prevent your model from overfitting and to accurately evaluate your model.
A bedrock of computer vision is having labeled data. In object detection
[https://blog.roboflow.com/object-detection/] problems, those labels define
bounding box positions in a given image.
The recommended Roboflow setting is "Auto-Orient: Enabled"When should you
auto-orient your images?
The short answer: almost always.
When an image is captured, it contains metadata that dictates the orientation
Roboflow [https://roboflow.ai] improves datasets without any user effort. This
includes dropping zero-pixel bounding boxes and cropping out-of-frame bounding
boxes to be in-line with the edge of an image.
The appeals of synthetic data are alluring: you can rapidly generate a vast amount of diverse, perfectly labeled images for very little cost and without ever leaving the comfort of your office. The good news is: it's easy to try! And we're about to show you how.
Flipping an image (and its annotations) is a deceivingly simple technique that
can improve model performance in substantial ways.
Our models [https://models.roboflow.ai] are learning what collection of