Learn about the hundreds of CUDA accelerated algorithms in the free OpenCV library, how to use it, and why the future of OpenCV is in the GPU, from this 1 hour presentation.
If you are a novice or expert C++ programmer who wants to learn how to use the OpenCV library to develop computer vision applications in ways such as augmented reality, robotics, surveillance, computational photography, object detection or identification then this course is for you.
The first book about OpenCV Python interface is now for sale from Packt Publishing with free shipping to many countries!
If you completed with your April Fool jokes, it’s a good time to meet OpenCV 2.4.5 that OpenCV Development Team prepared for you!
Microsoft just released Image Watch, a free Visual Studio extension for viewing in-memory images during debugging. Supports OpenCV image types!
On the first day of Spring the OpenCV Development Team released OpenCV 2.4.4. Big thanks to all contributors who made pull requests on GitHub, sent bug reports and helped us in any other way!
As of OpenCV 2.4.4, OpenCV supports desktop Java development using nearly the same interface as for Android development.
We prepared the beta version of OpenCV 2.4.4 for you. Welcome to try out the latest and greatest OpenCV and please report any problems, while we are still in the bug fixing mode.