The last ViSP 3.0.1 release is now available as a binary package for ROS Kinetic: http://wiki.ros.org/visp A new version of our stack named vision_visp is also available.
This year ViSP applied for the first time as an organization to the Google Summer of Code 2017 proposing two projects: Project #1: Augmented reality demonstration with ViSP Project #2: Markerless model-based tracker CAD model editor These projects are fully described on ViSP GSoC 2017 wiki page. To discuss these…
ViSP 3.0.1 is now packaged with homebrew. To install the new release you may run: $ brew update $ brew install visp More information are provided following this tutorial.
ViSP 3.0.1 release is out. It includes a lot of improvements and bug fixes. Big thanks to everyone who participated! The changes are summerized in https://github.com/lagadic/visp/blob/master/ChangeLog Contributors: Fabien Spindler, Souriya Trinh, Marc Pouliquen, Nicolo Pedemonte, Aurélien Yol, Benoit Heintz, Vincent Drevelle, Pierre-Marie Kerzerho, Karamaz0V1, TheMrNomis
We would like to thanks Olivier Kermorgant for his data logger library that allows to save among others ViSP containers (vpPoseVector, vpColVector) as YAML files that could be plot offline. This contribution is available from https://github.com/oKermorgant/log2plot
We are very close to the final ViSP 3.0.1 release. In the mean time you can have a trial on ViSP 3.0.1 beta. Merry Christmas
ViSP could now be cross-build for NAOqi OS robots including Nao, Romeo and Pepper robots from Softbank Robotics. Tutorials dedicated to NAOqi OS are also available: Cross-compilation for NAOqi OS from Ubuntu host (view tutorial) How to create an application that uses ViSP on NAOqi OS (view tutorial) Back to…
ViSP is now available for iOS including OpenCV as 3rd party. Daily prebuilt frameworks are available for download. Tutorials dedicated to iOS are also available: Installation from prebuilt packages for iOS devices (view tutorial) Installation from source for iOS devices (view tutorial) How to create a basic iOS application that…
During the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) opening keynote, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich introduced the Intel Joule compute module. Using an Intel Joule with glasses from French company PivotHead, Intel demonstrate an augmented reality application that was using ViSP. The video is available here. Back to news list.
We got founding from Inria to open a two years software engineer position to extend ViSP capabilities for ultrasound imaging dedicated to robotic applications. The description of the position is available here. The position is now closed. Back to news list.