Digital Art using Computer Vision – OpenCV | Python

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Digital Art using Computer Vision – OpenCV

The recognition system of using image processing has to improve a little bit. Nowadays handwriting recognition system is required to detect the different types of texts and fonts. This will give problems for security reasons. In this paper, we are implementing the handwriting recognition process by using deep neural network algorithms and techniques. A neural network will give the extraordinary performance to classify images, the images which have the content of our requirements. Here we are having two types of images. By combining the database images with input images we can classify the results. We are having database images with different types writing styles and different types of fonts.


  • SVM classifier
  • K means clustering


  • High Computational load
  • Poor discriminatory power
  • Less accuracy in classification

Digital Art using Computer Vision – OpenCV


  • A CNN passes an image through the network layers and outputs a final class. The network can have tens or hundreds of layers, with each layer learning to detect different features. Filters are applied to each training image at different resolutions, and the output of each convolved image is used as the input to the next layer. The filters can start as very simple features, such as brightness and edges, and increase in complexity to features that uniquely define the object as the layers progress


  • Desktop computer
  • Mobile computer


  • MATLAB 2018b

Digital Art using Computer Vision – OpenCV


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