OpenCV 2.4.3 is finally out. It should be the most mature OpenCV to the moment. Big thanks to everybody who sent us the bug reports, contributed new functionality and patches and helped us in any other way! You are welcome to try out the latest and greatest OpenCV!
We prepared the release candidate of OpenCV 2.4.3 for you. This is possibly the final release in 2.4 series, and it should be the most mature OpenCV version to the moment. Please report any problems while we are still in the bug fixing mode.
This week in Italy two OpenCV related events take place. Firstly ECCV 2012 on 7th October in Florence provides a tutorial about OpenCV for mobile platforms. Secondly on 15th October University of Rome hosts a seminar on computer vision and robotics.
Greetings! We’re glad to announce that our migration to git is almost over.
It should be binary compatible with OpenCV 2.4.1 (except for the face recognizer from contrib module) and therefore it is a sincerely recommended upgrade.
Today OpenCV crosses important milestone: five million downloads!
After the long 9 months since 2.3.1 release, but just after a few weeks since 2.4 beta, we are happy to announce the release of OpenCV v2.4.0, the latest and the greatest version of the library!
We are glad to present our new development site.
How TensorFlow trained model may be used and deployed to run with OpenVINO Inference Engine