>VXL is generally optimised for speed, and with a suitably fast
computer you can do >complex, but real-time stuff with it (e.g. we use
as part of our real time face tracker, on an >ordinary PC.)
Thats exactly what I am looking for. I am sorry for the wrong expression
in context with "real time".
Ian Scott wrote:
> Nico Hochgeschwender wrote:
>> I am a Computer Science Student and majoring in mobile robotics.
>> For a mobile robot project I am looking for a real time vision library
>> with some default algorithms like edge detection.
> > Is VXL the right library to work in a real time vision environment ??
> We certainly have "default algorithms like edge detection" and much
> else besides. However, I'm not sure what you mean by "a real time
> vision library". VXL is generally optimised for speed, and with a
> suitably fast computer you can do complex, but real-time stuff with it
> (e.g. we use as part of our real time face tracker, on an ordinary
> PC.) However, it has no explicit real-time functionality, (e.g.
> high-res timers, or time-constrained threads,) as these are more the
> domain of operating systems and not computer vision libraries.
> Hope this helps,
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