OpenCV: Open Source Computer Vision Library
The OpenCV project provides custom modifications to the OpenCV git repository to integrate it with VxWorks® 7. The OpenCV (Open Source Computer Vision Library) is an open source computer vision and machine learning library. It includes various algorithms to recognize faces, identify objects, classify human actions, track camera movements, track objects, and more.
By providing access to these modifications, this project aims to collaborate with the community and work together to upstream any custom modifications back into the OpenCV project.
The license for this project is the BSD-3-Clause. Text of BSD-3-Clause license and other applicable license notices can be found in the LICENSE file in the top level directory. Each source files should include a license notice that designates the licensing terms for the respective file.
- Wind River® VxWorks® 7 operating system version SR0610.
OpenCV is readily available as part of the VxWorks 7 release. As such no additional installation steps are required.
- Homepage: http://opencv.org
- Docs: http://docs.opencv.org/master/
- Q&A forum: http://answers.opencv.org
- Issue tracking: https://github.com/opencv/opencv/issues
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