Video processing source code for algorithms and tools used in software media pipelines. The currently available source code is written in C++ with their associated libraries and DirectShow Filters. Filters include an H.264 encoder, H.264 decoder, H.264 source filter, RTSP sink and source filters, YUV source, RGB to YUV color conversion, croppers, scalers, video mixing/picture in picture filters, rotate filter, virtual mic, and many more. Code is released under BSD license with exception of H.264 codec related classes which are released under LGPL.
Marvin is an image processing framework that provides features for image and video frame manipulation, multithreading image processing, image filtering and analysis, unit testing, performance analysis and addition of new features via plug-in.
Worlds leading motion detection, recording and alerting software
iSpy uses your USB webcams, IP cams, capture cards, desktops and microphones to detect and record movement or sound and provides security, surveillance, monitoring and alerting services. Media is recorded directly to H264 mp4 files or AVI files. iSpy can stream live and recorded video over the local network, over the web using the ispyconnect portal and to mobile devices and third party software (like gadgets and MediaPortal). iSpy also includes a server project that lets you connect to USB webcams and microphones running on other computers. iSpyConnect provides subscription based SMS, MMS, Email, YouTube uploads and Remote Access. LAN usage of iSpyConnect is free.
Homer is a free cross-platform SIP softphone with video support.
Homer is a free cross-platform SIP softphone with video support. The Homer software is able to communicate in peer-to-peer mode without any infra- structure. But it also supports SIP servers (PBX boxes) as well. The amount of participants per live video conferences is not limited by the software. Besides the conference functions, Homer can also be used for video/audio streaming, recording and screencasting. Video as well as audio data from files or hardware devices can be streamed to every conference participant individually. Additionally, video/audio streams can be started as separate unicast transmissions to any host in the local network or the Internet with quality settings ranging from very low to very high (HDTV). Such streams can be received by Homer and can again be recorded to disc and made available for offline playback. Source code: https://github.com/Homer-Conferencing/Homer-Conferencing
Scene is a computer vision framework that performs background subtraction and object tracking, using two traditional algorithms and three more recent algorithms based on neural networks and fuzzy classification rules. For each detected object, Scene sends TUIO messages to one or several client applications. The present release features GPU accelerated versions of all the background subtraction methods and morphological post processing of the object blobs with dilation and erosion filters, implemented in OpenCL. The framework was mainly designed as a toolkit for the rapid development of interactive art projects that explore dynamics of complex environments. The Scene GUI runs and compiles under Windows, Linux, and MacOS X, and is available in both 32 bit and 64 bit versions.
Software for motion tracking (skeletons, objects, hands) via Kinect!
KinectA is an application for motion tracking via Kinect Sensor – including hand, skeleton and object tracking. This software has been developed for the needs of media artists and designers. It provides a clearly arranged interface with multiple functionalities. The tracked information can be send via OSC to other hard- and software. KinectA is available for Mac and Windows.
LED Matrix controller software
PixelController – a matrix control project by Michael Vogt , (c) 2010-2013. The main goal of this application is to create an easy to use matrix controller software which creates stunning visuals! Keywords: Arduino, Teensy, OSC, MIDI, PureData, Visuals, RealTime
The open source, multimodal interactive "Sensitive Artificial Listener" dialogue system created by the EU project SEMAINE.
HSPI does parallel capture and sky surveys.
HSPI offers to the astronomer the possibility to capture pictures from the CCD camera in a fast and intuitive way, keeping under control all the instrumentation in posses. HSPI can control the CCD camera, the mount, the focuser, the filter wheel and the dome from a single interface, and not only this: these features can be added on as many observatories and instrumentations you want. HSPI is ASCOM and INDI compatible, so if you want to use particular setups like Linux computers connected with your instrumentation and control them from remote then HSPI is your choice! After a few clicks you can see the images coming from your cameras connected through Internet or your LAN. HSPI saves your pictures in various formats: Bitmap, FIT, JPEG, PNG, TIFF are the picture formats supported.
An open file format specification for 3D lookup tables
AVISmaster is an open-source batch file processing GUI for AviSynth scripts and makeAVIS (which is part of ffdshow). It can generate scripts and .avi dummies with embedded AviSynth wrapper using template for media files located in particular folder.
Video player who display anagplyph video from side by side stereoscopic video.
Mako Ads Killer play vod-video from mako.co.il without advertisements on Windwos Media Player. Website: http://mako.sadika.co.il/
Media server, streaming video server. Supports RTMP, RTMPT, HTTP Live Streaming (HLS), RTSP, MPEG-TS protocols. Streaming to PC, Mac, iPhone and Android. Live transcoding. Streaming and recording for IP cameras. Video chat and video conferencing. Visit project's home page for downloads: http://momentvideo.org
an experimentation page for art made with Processing
Video Recorder/Reader for Virtual Reality Experiments
The tools in this project are used by the Virtual Reality lab at University of Texas at Austin to record the stream of rendered images (OpenGL) and combine them with eye tracking data (if eyes are being tracked) and user defined metadata. The project is split into two parts. DVR is used to record the data stream as a QuickTime movie. The RVD is used to read the movie recorded by the DVR. Acknowledgements: John Stone - created most of the code base Gabriel Diaz and Joseph Cooper - QA Dmitry Kit - Maintainer/QA Dr. Mary Hayhoe and Dr. Dana Ballard Virtual Reality Laboratory at University of Texas in Austin
Pattern recognition for ADL events
This software uses computer vision algorithms for mining sequence data from telemonitoring data with CBRs. We propose an approach which treats the detection of changes in behavior detected with a sensor/video fusion, which occur at radically different time-scales, through a CBR in two levels: low and high level. The system is always updating the database with the daily data.