This summer, OpenCV celebrates its 20th anniversary. We want to expand another area of our activity – our blog! We invite everyone to author blog posts on any CV-related topic. If you have an interesting research result or just want to share your knowledge and experience with a large audience, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org […]
OpenCV 4.3.0 and 3.4.10 have been released
We are looking for interns to participate in Google Summer of Code (GSOC) to help improve the OpenCV library. How the GSOC Process Works OpenCV.org has been selected for Google Summer of Code. That was the first step in the process. Next, we have to submit a list of projects we want to get funding […]
OpenCV 4.2.0 and 3.4.9 have been released
OpenCV 4.1.2 and 3.4.8 have been released
OpenCV 4.1.1 and 3.4.7 have been released
Core OpenVINO toolkit 2019 R1.1 components (Deep Learning Deployment Toolkit, Open Model Zoo) and several toolkit extensions are now available on the GitHub!
Kickstarter Campaign There is a lot of educational material available online for computer vision, machine learning, and AI. However, the material is not organized for beginners to learn effectively. Often the focus is on showing off a cool shiny application without covering the fundamentals. Because of this reason, at OpenCV.org, we have adopted a mission […]
OpenCV 4.1 has been released
Some of our files hosted on SourceForge has been compromised. If you’ve downloaded any files on 21-22 March 2019 please verify hash sums or redownload.
The Decoded Show came by to make a film about OpenCV and its use in film production at Arraiy.com along with mention of its use in Silicon Valley in general and in healthcare apps in particular at Nestle in New York City.
Finally! OpenCV 4.0 has been released