CVIP Related Links
Image Science Organization
A useful source of information for people interested or working
in the various fields of imaging. It collects links to relevant
websites on image formation, image reconstruction, image processing,
image analysis, computer vision, pattern recognition, and visualization.
- CV online
CVonline: the evolving, distributed, non-proprietary, on-line compendium of computer vision, managed by Bob Fisher at the University of Edinburgh.
DIP Image Databases
PEIPA, the Pilot European Image Processing Archive
Valid topics include systems analysis, algorithm comparisions,
performance metrics, benchmarks, frameworks, testbeds, tools, test
sets and databases.
UC BERKELEY VIDEO & IMAGE PROCESSING LAB
Welcome to the University of California at Berkeley Video and
Image Processing (VIP) Lab, located in 321 Cory Hall.
The NSSDC archives 44 different titles with over 890 unique volumes
at this time. This site contains many CDs of satellite images from the National Space Science Data Center.
The site for the newer JPEG standard, JPEG 2000.
IJG is an informal group that writes and distributes a widely used
free library for JPEG image compression.
Image Lab - MCM Design
MCM Design develops and provides scientific image analysis software
and Vision software systems for product inspection.
Accusoft provides document viewing, image compression, conversion, barcode recognition, OCR, and other image processing tools to use in your application development.
RoboRealm® is a powerful robotic vision software application for use in machine vision, image processing, and robot vision tasks. Using an easy to use point and click interface complex image analysis and robot control becomes easy!
DIP lib & DIP Image
DIPlib is a platform independent scientific image processing library written in C. It consists of a large number of functions for processing and analyzing multi-dimensional image data.
DIPimage is a MATLAB toolbox for scientific image processing and analysis. It is a tool for teaching and research in image processing.
The Computer Vision Home Page
The Computer Vision Homepage was established at Carnegie Mellon
University in 1994 to provide a central location for World Wide Web
links relating to computer vision research. The emphasis of the
Computer Vision Homepage is on computer vision research. This site
contains many links for: Vision groups, hardware, software, demos,
test images, conferences, publications
Computer Vision Applications
This web site, started by David Lowe in the 1990's lists companies and applications of computer/machine vision through 2015.