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#AZURE – A detailed sample of thumbnail gneration and #SmartCropping with #VisionAPI

#AZURE – A detailed sample of thumbnail gneration and #SmartCropping with #VisionAPI

Hello In yesterday’s post I wrote on how to create thumbnails using Vision API in Project Oxford. While there are several options in the .Net community to create thumbnails, this stands for creating the miniature bearing in mind the main content of the original image. For this, this process uses VisionAPI capabilities to detect “the main areas” in the image, […]

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#AZURE – Creating ThumbNails with #VisioAPI #ProjectOxford

#AZURE – Creating ThumbNails with #VisioAPI #ProjectOxford

Hi Today a small post with one cool feature included in en VisionAPI: Thumbnails generation. This operation is included in VisionAPI, and we mus feed the operation with a image byte stream, the size for the thumbnail and finally the most important option: smartCropping. SmartCropping is the cool feature for this image generation. When is sets […]

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#AZURE – #VisionAPI, add a frame for each detected text #OCR

#AZURE – #VisionAPI, add a frame for each detected text #OCR

Hello   In the post yesterday I shared an example to show how to recognize text in pictures. The OCR API returns a collection of regions where the text is recognized. If we go through each region can recognize points to create a frame, and inside it is the recognized text. If we put together […]

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#AZURE – #VisionAPI and optical character recognition #OCR

#AZURE – #VisionAPI and optical character recognition #OCR

Hello The API VisionAPI in Project Oxford also gives us the ability to perform optical character recognition in an image. What we usually known as OCR. The result of the OCR process, shows us information with the language of the detected language the area where the text has been detected the angle of the text a collection of […]

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#AZURE – Display #EmotionsAPI and #FaceAPI in the detected face frame

#AZURE – Display #EmotionsAPI and #FaceAPI in the detected face frame

Hello Some days ago, someone asked me about the chance to display age, gender and emotions information in the frame of a detected face. So, I make a couple of improvements in the GitHub samples and now you’ll find something similar to the similar image: The source code is available on GitHub https://github.com/elbruno/ProjectOxford Greetings @ Madrid El […]

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#AZURE – Complete sample of Face APIs and Emotions APIs #ProjectOxford

#AZURE – Complete sample of Face APIs and Emotions APIs #ProjectOxford

Hello Today we will see a little implementation and the detail provided by Project Oxford if we want to work with Emotion APIs. Firstly a gif with an example of recognition of age, gender and emotions in a WPF app. We see a photo with some faces recognized: 64 MVPs (nice set of people) and then a bit […]

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#AZURE – Hello Emotions! Face APIs and Emotions APIs are the perfect combo to analyze people moods!

#AZURE – Hello Emotions! Face APIs and Emotions APIs are the perfect combo to analyze people moods!

Hello ! Some time ago, I wrote a couple of posts where I explained how to use Azure Machine Learning Face APIs in some apps like Console Apps, Windows Presentation Foundation apps and Windows Store Apps (see references section). These features are part of the Project Oxford initiative, where we can find other useful features like Vision Recognition […]

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#EVENT – #Talks4Kids, less than a month to learn and contribute to a good cause!

#EVENT – #Talks4Kids, less than a month to learn and contribute to a good cause!

Hola! Probably, right now I will be flying to Barcelona, so I’ll take this opportunity to remind everyone that in less than there will be best and coolest event ever, Talks4Kids. Talks4Kids is a development and technology charity event , whose funds will be allocated entirely to a Foundation which has as a main focus, programs and activities to […]

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#MSBAND – Posts on development #Windows10 apps for the Band using Visual Studio 2015

#MSBAND – Posts on development #Windows10 apps for the Band using Visual Studio 2015

Hola! Today I’ll close the series of posts on How to develop Windows 10 apps which interacts with Microsoft Band using Visual Studio 2015. How to connect a Microsoft Band to a Windows 10 device How to connect to a Band and access sensor information in a Windows 10 app using Visual Studio 2015 List, add and delete […]

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#MSBAND – Send notifications and vbrations with #VS2015 and #Windows10

#MSBAND – Send notifications and vbrations with #VS2015 and #Windows10

Hola! These are the final posts that I will write about Microsoft Band, Windows 10. and Visual Studio 2015 Now is time to send information to the band in dialog form. We have 2 ways to send a notification to the band: Using the method SendMessageAsync, we need to define a title and body, and it will […]

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