by Paul Himes
Last summer, General Mills relaunched the long-running Box Tops for Education program with a digital twist. Instead of clipping out rectangular cardboard logos from the tops of cereal boxes, users can now scan their grocery receipts with a mobile app to earn money for their schools.
This presented a unique user education challenge. What happens if a user tries to scan one of the old Box Top logos instead of a receipt?
In this talk you will hear about the process of developing a logo detector prototype for the Box Tops for Education app. See practical uses of computer vision techniques such as rectangle detection and perceptual hashing come together to provide a delightful experience for users.
This talk assumes no existing technical knowledge and is for anyone interested in ways computer vision can make your apps better.
Paul is an iOS developer at Livefront working on the Box Tops for Education mobile app.
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