Hey all, we're working on Roboflow, a tool that makes computer vision accessible to all developers (even if they're not machine learning experts).
We believe computer vision is going to transform every industry; it's as groundbreaking as the PC or the Internet were. But it's still really hard to use in practice. The state of computer vision currently is akin to the Internet of the 1990s where if you wanted to sell products online you first needed to re-invent your own database and web-server. Our goal is to provide the equivalent computer vision infrastructure so developers can spend their time on their domain-specific problems instead of wrestling with the ML primitives.
We launched in January and currently you can use Roboflow to
- Host your datasets in the cloud
- Pre-process and augment images
- Convert annotation formats
- Visualize annotations and metadata
- Get a dataset health check
- Maintain dataset version history
- Share datasets with your team
- Train and export a model from our library
Soon, we'll be launching our labeling integrations at which point you will be able to go from raw images to a trained model without ever leaving Roboflow.
We've been working hard on improving our onboarding flow. We'd love for you to go through our intro tutorial and let us know any places you get stuck or any suggestions for how to improve it. https://app.roboflow.ai (bonus points if you record your screen and narrate what you're thinking as you go through it)
Additionally, we've been writing lots of content recently. If you have any feedback on our tutorials we'd love to hear it: https://blog.roboflow.ai