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CVFunhouse — an iOS framework for OpenCV
C++ C Objective-C
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Assets Add descriptions source document.
CVFunhouse.xcodeproj Add .gitignore.
opencv2.framework Update to OpenCV 2.4.8.
.gitignore Add .gitignore.
CVFCannyDemo.html Clean up descriptions.
CVFFarneback.html Clean up descriptions.
CVFMotionTemplates.html Add descriptions for all demos.
CVFunhouse114.png Copyright cleanup.
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LICENSE.txt Updated license and readme.
OpenCV license.txt Added AR info to master README for home page.
SwitchCameraIcon44@2x.png Tweak "Switch Camera" icon. Better "info" icon.
TODO.rtf Update TODOs.
iButton30.png Tweak "Switch Camera" icon. Better "info" icon.
iButton30@2x.png Tweak "Switch Camera" icon. Better "info" icon.

This project should contain everything you need to build and run CVFunhouse under Xcode 4.5.2. If you run into any problems building or running, please file a bug.

To get started writing your own OpenCV code, try modifying the CVFPassThru example. It contains thorough comments explaining exactly what you need to do. Plus it starts out working, so you can easily tell if you break anything as you hack.

NOTE: CVFunhouse includes a copy of the OpenCV library built as an iOS framework. OpenCV is licensed separately under similar terms. See the file "OpenCV license.txt" for details. For more information on OpenCV (including full source code to the library), see the OpenCV website.

Augmented Reality

The augmented reality demo is currently checked into a separate branch. To use it, enter git checkout augmented-reality on the command line.


If you forked or cloned before 12-Jan-2013, you'll need to rebase your code to have your changes fit into the history properly. To do this:

  • Enter git fetch (Do not use git pull)
  • Enter git rebase -i
  • An editor window will appear.
    • Delete the line that starts: pick 2a02f2a
    • Delete the line that starts: pick 429b656
  • Save the file and close the editor.
  • That's it! You should be good to go from now on.

Sorry for the inconvenience. This should be a one-time occurrence.

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