AnaLogic Computers Makes Optimized 'InstantVision' C++ Image Processing Library Available for Free Download | Automation.com

AnaLogic Computers Makes Optimized 'InstantVision' C++ Image Processing Library Available for Free Download

January 212005
AnaLogic Computers has upgraded the software environment for Bi-i, its compact and stand-alone vision system, which now fully supports Bi-i v2. In addition to the continued programming support of ACE16k_v2, a 128x128-pixel ultra-high speed focal-place sensor processor manufactured by AnaFocus Ltd., the TMS320C6415 600-MHz DSP of Texas Instruments (one of the new features of Bi-i v2) is now available for running computationally demanding algorithms. The C++ SDK has also been improved substantially besides general enhancements to the Windows API.

At the same time, AnaLogic has made its Image Processing Library (ImgLib) available for free download. ImgLib provides a collection of image analysis, conversion and filtering routines (morphology, grayscale, feature extraction, etc.) via C++ classes developed for convenient manipulation of images. The library is a basic component of AnaLogic’s platform-independent InstantVision software, which also includes libraries for feature classification and multi-target tracking. In its current implementation, ImgLib contains highly optimized routines for the TMS320C6000 DSP platform.

The native programming environment of Bi-i, which can be used for fast prototyping, continues to be available free of charge.

Visit their website: www.analogic-computers.com

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