Media praise for Programming Computer Vision with Python

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"If computer vision intrigues you--and it should!--I recommend PCVwP highly. It's fun, hands-on, and covers a remarkable amount of ground in its brisk 10 chapters."
-- Patrick Mihelich,

"It's a reference packed with tools for analyzing images, and is a 'must' for any basic programming library."
-- James A. Cox, The Midwest Book Review: The California Bookwatch, The Computer Shelf, September 2012, Volume 7, Number 9

"This book takes a broad definition of what Computer Vision is. This allows it to explore a range of topics involving the use images and data derived from images in programs. Although some friendly introduction is provided, those with less experience in this area will have to keep their favourite search engine at hand. Nonetheless, there is a lot to gain from time spent reading this book. " Full Review >
-- Grant van Staden,

"If you ever wondered how to analyze and image to recognize shapes and objects, how to search on them or how to build a panoramic view from a series of pictures (among other things) this is the book for you. The author takes the challenge and with the help of a bunch of Python modules show you how to solve those and other problems." Full Review >
-- Hernan Garcia,