Starling provides an easy to use graphical environment to experiment computer vision, and to generate C++ code examples of vision algorithms use. It relies on the OpenCV library.
It's a fork of the Harpia project. Main improvements from Harpia 1.1 are:
- generates C++ code using OpenCV 2.x C++ API,
- makes new module integration easier by adding just one xml file,
- replaces some components by new standards (XML parser, canvas).
It can also be used for OpenCV experimenting and learning.
Starling runs on Linux, MacOS and Windows. A Debian package for Ubuntu is available here.