imgproc module overview ViSP software architecture evolves with the introduction of a module named imgproc. ViSP imgproc module contains image processing algorithms: Additional image morphology functions Automatic thresholding Brightness and contrast adjustment Connected components Contours extraction Contrast stretching Gamma correction Histogram equalization Image sharpening Retinex Some tutorials that illustrate imgproc…
AprilTag is now fully integrated in ViSP. AprilTag is a visual fiducial system, useful for a wide variety of tasks including augmented reality, robotics, and camera calibration. Targets can be created from an ordinary printer, and the AprilTag detection software computes the precise 3D position, orientation, and identity of the…
The last ViSP 3.0.1 release is now available as a binary package for ROS Lunar: http://wiki.ros.org/visp A new version of our stack named vision_visp is also available.
ViSP was selected as a mentor organization. Ideas list is available on ViSP wiki. We have created a dedicated GSoC mailing list for student interested to discuss the projects.
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