ViSP for Nao, Romeo, Pepper

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…

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ViSP for iOS

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…

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ViSP is used by Intel

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.

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Opened engineer position

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.

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ViSP 3.0.0 available for ROS

I’m proud to annonce that ViSP 3.0.0 is now available as a ros package for indigo and jade distro. We also update vision_visp meta package. Concerned packages are: ros-indigo-visp ros-indigo-vision-visp ros-jade-visp ros-jade-vision-visp Back to news list.

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ViSP 3.0.0 is released

I’m pleased to announce the new ViSP-3.0.0 release. This release is compatible with 2.10.0. This means that a project build with ViSP 2.10 could be build against ViSP 3.0.0 without changes, but there are some notable differences: Inspired from OpenCV we design a new modular software architecture where ViSP capabilities…

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GitHub migration

We migrate ViSP source code from svn repo hosted on InriaForge to a git repo hosted on GitHub. This allows us to get ride of maintenance efforts and benefit from travis continuous integration tool. From now you have to consider: ViSP repo: https://github.com/lagadic/visp ViSP wiki: https://github.com/lagadic/visp/wiki ViSP issue tracker: https://github.com/lagadic/visp/issues…

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Toward ViSP 3.0.0

We are working on the next ViSP generation that will be released under version 3.0.0. The release is expected end of the year. This new version will bring more modularity with a new source code organization inspired from OpenCV that allows to see ViSP as a set of modules (core,…

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