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Real-time Computer Vision with Ruby

miércoles, enero 21, 2009 by , under

Jan Wedekind gave this talk at OSCON 2008

From the brief:
HornetsEye is an extension for Y. Matsumoto’s programming language for Ruby to facilitate rapid development of machine vision software. It is possible to provide a high amount of flexibility without sacrificing real-time capabilities. HornetsEye makes use of existing software projects such as Xine, libdc1394, OpenEXR, OpenGL, and RMagick. It was also necessary to access operating system interfaces such as V4L and XVideo under GNU/Linux (or VfW and DirectShow under Microsoft Windows).

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