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QCV: Open-source Qt-based computer vision framework

notanumber - Posted on October 10, 2012 at 3:03 pm.

  • Links: https://sourceforge.net/projects/qcv/
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  • QCV is a computer vision toolkit library that provides an easy to use interface to display, analyze and run computer vision algorithms. The library is provided with practical examples to show what you can do with just a few lines of code.

    QCV provides interfaces for C and C++. The C interface is a set of simple function calls to allow the user to visualize data and obtain events from the system and user input.

    The C++ interface has more features that allow to to run and analyze complex computer vision algorithms (see the stereo and SURF examples).

    Some of the provided features are:
    • a powerful 2D visualization tool: zoom-in, full-screen, grabbing of images, easy organization of displays.
    • an on-line on-the-fly parameter editor: see instantly what happens if you change a parameter of your algorithm,
    • a clock tool to evaluate computation times: see how much computation time are taking your algorithms,
    • a control tool to manipulate input video and sequences of images

    Multiple application examples are available in the last release including stereo disparity computation, SURF features, Hough transform (see screenshots below), and many more.

    The code can be obtained from here:

    https://sourceforge.net/projects/qcv/
     
    More documentation on the library is found in the wiki page:

    https://sourceforge.net/p/qcv/wiki/Home/ 


             


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