Links to source codes (e.g. Matlab, C++) and software packages (both commercial and open-source) related to computer vision. If you would like to submit a link, please contact us.
Ever wondered what the cross-breed between any two people would be?
Dlib is a cross-platform open source software library written in the C++ programming language.
Filters is a library implementing image filters for computer vision and image processing functions.
|Fast 3D Stereo Vision||
Performs dense stereo matching using a selective mode filter paired with naive correspondence matching.
TINA is an open source environment developed to accelerate the process of image analysis research.
|Conditional Random Field (CRF) Toolbox for Matlab||
Codes for Conditional Random Field (CRF) including
|SSD-based plane tracking matlab toolbox||
In this toolbox a Jacobian matrix factorisation for the projective motion model is implemented.
|Stereo Matching and Evaluation||
The source code for "StereoMatcher", a stand-alone C++ implementation of many stereo algorithms as well as an evaluation module.
SUSAN is an acronym for Smallest Univalue Segment Assimilating Nucleus. The SUSAN algorithms cover image noise filtering, edge finding, and corner finding.
YARP stands for Yet Another Robot Platform. What is it? If data is the bloodstream of your robot, then YARP is the circulatory system.