The Visual Processing library contains source and windows binaries of the following application:
The core application within this package is the Curvace Simulator which allows to simulate the output of sensors within a virtual environment. The Simulator can be extended with plugins to support additional sensor shapes or other functionality.
The Curvace Viewer can be used to read data from a cylindrical Curvace sensor in conjunction with an intermediate microcontroller board.
Curvace Viewer and Simulator can both store their image sequences in a common data format. The CDS-Viewer can be used to view and analyze these stored sequences.
Finally CDS-Filter incorporates several visual filter algorithms as well as other utility functions that are performed on CDS files. The flow option for example allows to load a CDS file, compute optic flow from the data and store the data together with the optic flow in a new CDS file which can then be analyzed with the CDS-Viewer.
The Visual Processing Library Package includes the windows binaries of all applications. These are located in the /bin subdirectory of the archive. No installation is required, simply extract the binary directory to your preferred location. Alternatively you can download the binary only package:
The project uses CMake as cross-platform make tool which has been tested with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and with GCC under linux. The following dependencies are required to compile the applications:Help on Installing Dependencies.
Using Visual Studio
If everything worked fine you now have a working set of applications in the selected install directory /bin
Using g++ and make under linux
|Last Updated on Friday, 08 February 2013 08:19|