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The OpenCV foundation is a non-profit foundation whose purpose is to enhance computer vision through software (mainly the OpenCV library) and non-software like the organization of events.
The OpenCV foundation is a non-profit foundation whose purpose is to enhance computer vision through software (mainly the OpenCV library) and non-software like the organization of events.

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OpenCV team will give a talk at the Embedded Vision Summit 2017: "Making OpenCV code run fast"

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OpenCV 3.2 is out. It's a long-awaited update to OpenCV 3.x release series, with tons of improvements and bug fixes.

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OpenCV will be running the People's Choice Award, sponsored by Intel, at CVPR 2016, to update and extend the OpenCV library.

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On May 25, Intel signed a definitive agreement to acquire Itseez, Inc., an expert in Computer Vision (CV) algorithms and implementations for embedded and specialized hardware. Itseez contributes software tuning and integration in many market-leading products shipping today from cars to security systems and more. This acquisition furthers Intel’s efforts to win in IoT market segments like automotive and video, where the ability to electronically perceive and understand images paves the way for innovation and opportunity.

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answers.opencv.org and code.opencv.org are down due to hardware failure. We will restore these services by the end of the week.

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Optimized specifically for ARM platform, ACV provides rapid acceleration of OpenCV based products with minimal impacts on existing code base.

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Thank you Google for helping us out for the 6th year in a row! Awesome students will help make OpenCV even awesomer!

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This data-flow based software makes it possible to prototype OpenCV algorithms in an intuitive graphical environment.

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Merry coming XMas & Happy New Year! OpenCV 3.1 has been just released, with lots of new functionality from GSoC 2015 etc., new IPPICV included, HDF5 format support, updated iOS framework.

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With this simple graphical application, discover some basic functions provided by OpenCV, without having to write a single line of code!
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