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BDTI Releases Quick-Start OpenCV Kit for Computer Vision Application Developers

OAKLAND, Calif. April 25, 2012 www.BDTI.com

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The BDTI Quick-Start OpenCV Kit includes Ubuntu Linux, an Eclipse integrated development environment, GNU GCC tools, and OpenCV—all pre-installed and ready to run within a single virtual machine image that can be executed using the free VMware Player for PCs or using VMware Fusion for Macs.  In addition, BDTI has provided interactive, real-time example applications illustrating computer vision functions such as face detection and object tracking.

Originally developed by Intel Corporation, OpenCV is a software component library for computer vision algorithm and application development, first publicly released in 2000.  A powerful tool for prototyping vision algorithms, the OpenCV library includes over 2,500 functions and contains dozens of vision application examples.  It has been downloaded over 3.5 million times and has been used in a wide variety of applications, from collision avoidance to advanced robotics.

Jon Cropley

www.EmbeddedVisionAcademy.com/VMwareImage www.Embedded-Vision.com


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