Registered 2011-07-06 by Julian Ryde

A python based computer vision and video processing library that works by representing videos as N-Dimensional arrays. Once in this form anyone familiar with numpy or matlab is ready to use the library. Combining the speed of C (numpy) with the ease of python allows for rapid implementation and experimentation of various video and visual processing algorithms.

Included is a video visualiser and functions for background subtraction, frame differencing, edge detection and other video spatio-temporal analysis.

This work was funded under the DARPA Mind's Eye project: W911NF-10-2-0062

This project currently depends on ffmpeg and the following python libraries.
numpy, matplotlib, hdf5

Project information

Maintainer:
ndvision-dev
Driver:
Julian Ryde
Licence:
GNU GPL v3

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released on 2011-12-20

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