Ross Kippenbrock - Finding Lane Lines for Self Driving Cars





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Published on Jul 26, 2017

Self-driving cars might not be in our everyday lives yet, but they are coming! Analyzing images and figuring out where the lane lines are on a given roadway is one of the core competencies of any respectable self-driving car. Humans do this with ease and this talk will show you how to find these lines using Python and OpenCV.

-Introduction to the OpenCV library (loading images, plotting with matplotlib, etc…)
-Starting with single images, introduce Gaussian blur, region of interest filtering, canny edge detection, Hough transform and draw the lane lines.
-Create a lane line detection pipeline with those functions; extrapolating the lines to represent the boundaries of the lane.
-Process dash cam video using the single image techniques with the pipeline.
-Stitch together images from the processing pipeline to create a sweet video!


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