PyLadies: Art with Python and Facial Recognition
This painting from Doctor Who has the nifty ability to adjust the perspective according to the position of its viewers:
We learned that some 3D rendering libraries in Python are a bit slow to render (vapory), that some image recognition libraries (pythonOCC) are much easier to install with Anaconda , and also that according to pythonOCC, the three lights behind my head were definitely a face (no matter how hard I insisted that they were not).
Thanks to everyone who came out, I hope you had as much fun as I did! Thanks for making the atmosphere so welcoming and fun.
See you next time!