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Advanced Computer Vision in Rubik's Cube Solving

Unlocking the Secrets of Advanced Computer Vision in Rubik’s Cube Solving

Opitas embarked on a transformative mission, seeking to elevate their mobile app’s capabilities through the integration of advanced computer vision technology. Recognizing the potential to revolutionize the realm of learning, Opitas collaborated with Gradient Insight, entrusting us with the task of augmenting their app’s features. This case study delves into the collaborative journey, with a specific focus on refining the user experience within the context of Rubik’s cube solving. Aiming to overcome challenges such as glare and shadows, Opitas presented us with a unique opportunity to showcase the power of innovative solutions in the intersection of education and technology.

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Coin Detection and Classification with Computer Vision

Coin Detection & Classification with Computer Vision

Gradient Insight partnered with an innovative fintech company to transform digital banking through a groundbreaking computer vision powered real-time coin recognition system. Picture 100% accuracy in coin detection, a 30% surge in operational efficiency, and an intuitive touchscreen interface redefining user satisfaction. Ready to revolutionize your fintech operations through the lens of computer vision? Explore the full case study for an in-depth look at the future of automated coin counting and precision in banking processes.

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A boat on very rough sea

Transforming Data Science Projects with a Pragmatic Approach

The UK MOD has a fleet of self-driving boats that are useful for reducing costs and automating tasks. However, the ocean waves greatly affected their performance. In a traditional boat, the captain would observe the waves and adjust the boat’s course to minimize the rocking motion. The self-driving boats already have a range of sensors that could potentially be used to detect waves, such as high resolution radars or cameras. However, these sensors either had inadequate resolution or were unreliable products. The challenge was to detect ocean waves, including unpredictable rogue waves, using the minimum number of sensors possible and identifying the main wave direction to minimize the vessel’s rocking motion.

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Self-Driving Car Without Sensors: An Innovative Solution For a GPS-Denied Environment

Are you in need of a data science consultancy that can provide innovative solutions to unique challenges? Look no further. Our team was approached by a US Army base with a complex problem: they needed autonomous vehicles to practice shooting against moving targets, but the equipment typically used to make vehicles autonomous (such as sensors and GPS) was too expensive to be shot at. Additionally, the vehicles needed to operate in a GPS-denied environment.

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