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OPENCV (Visualization)

Introduction

OpenCV is released under a BSD license, it is free for both academic and commercial use. It has C++, C, Python and soon Java interfaces running on Windows, Linux, Android and Mac. The library has >2500 optimized algorithms. Uses range from interactive art, to mine inspection, stitching maps on the web on through advanced robotics.

Availability Table

Version Default Module Systems
2.4.9 True copper, goblin, iqaluk, monk, mosaic, orca, redfin, tembo, vdi-centos6, windeee, wobbie
system True vdi-fedora20, vdi-fedora23, viz10-uwo, viz11-uwo

Documentation

https://www.sharcnet.ca/help/index.php/OPENCV

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Announcements

o Oct 26, 2015 The sharcnet open/2.4.9 module has been updated to include 1) PYTHONPATH pointing to the directory location of cv.py and 2) a conflict statement so that a sharcnet python module can only be loaded after opencv to manually override the system version.

Change Log

o May 9, 2016 Installed opencv-2.4.12.3 on vdi-fedora23.
o Oct 26, 2015 Removed opencv/2.4.2 from tembo.
o Nov 4, 2014 Installed opencv-2.4.7 on vdi-fedora20, viz10-uwo, viz11-uwo. Installed opencv/2.4.9 on vdi-centos6. Removed opencv/2.4.0 and opencv/2.4.2 from all sharcnet clusters.
o Jun 3, 2014 Installed opencv/2.4.9 on angel, brown, goblin, hound, iqaluk, kraken, monk, orca, redfin, saw and wobbie.
o Aug 25, 2012 Installed opencv/2.4.2 on angel, brown, goblin, hound, iqaluk, kraken, monk, orca, redfin, saw and wobbie.
o Jun 11, 2012 Installed version opencv/2.4.0 on centos5 clusters mako and guppy.