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  • mappum/node-hackrf
    • GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
    • Stop transmitting data, GitHub extension, firmware version, Visual Studio, integer
  • Node.js + OpenCV for Face Recognition – Vincent Mühler –
    • Recently I have added the face recognition algorithms from OpenCV contrib to opencv4nodejs, an npm package, which allows you to use OpenCV in your Node.js application. Today we are going to take a…
    • images, daryl, confidence, evil boy Negan, following face images
  • The Important Features and Fixes of Node.js Version 8 | @RisingStack
    • In this post, we go through the most important features and fixes of the new Node.js version 8, which becomes the current LTS release from October.
    • async hooks, node.js version, different Node.js versions, V8 team,
  • Control a HackRF device (e.g. Jawbreaker, HackRF One, or Rad1o) from node – – This is a low-level binding to .
  • Returns an array containing information about the connected HackRF devices.
  • If no devices are connected, an empty array will be returned.
  • Opens and returns the device in the array of devices with index .
  • should be an integer – – Set the lna gain.

Tags: Stop transmitting data, GitHub extension, firmware version, Visual Studio, integer

  • Prepare the imagedataBefore we can train the recognizers we have to collect some image data with faces.
  • As I simply picked some images from the web, we have to extract a subimage centered at the face of the character shown in each image.
  • We will read the images and split them into a set of training and test samples as follows: – This will give us the following face images: – Resizing the images is necessary, as the recognizers expect the data to be equally sized images.
  • We can now run the prediction of our test images: – Running the example should give us the following output: – eigen: – predicted daryl to be: daryl, confidence: 1245.68 – predicted negan to be: negan, confidence: 2247.25 – predicted rick to be: negan, confidence: 2502.47fisher: – predicted daryl to…
  • There is also a second face recognition example in the repo, which produces the result shown in the title image, just in case your interested.

Tags: images, daryl, confidence, evil boy Negan, following face images

  • With the release of Node.js Version 8 (happening on 12 PM PST 30 May), we got the latest LTS (long-term support) variant with a bunch of new features and performance improvements.
  • The purpose of N-API is to separate add-ons from changes in the underlying JavaScript engine so that native add-ons can run with different Node.js versions without recompilation.
  • – Daniel Clifford and the V8 team – – Currently (well, with V8 versions older than 5.6, so anything below Node.js version 8) this is how the V8 compilation pipeline looks – – The biggest issue with this pipeline is that new language features must be implemented in different parts…
  • The new Node.js 8 release also ships with npm 5 – the newest version of the npm CLI.
  • Highlights of this new npm release: – – Node.js version 8 surprises us with a lot of interesting improvements, including the Async Hooks API which is hard to grasp with the current (but ever evolving) state of it’s documentation.

Tags: async hooks, node.js version, different Node.js versions, V8 team,

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