CMVision was mentioned in the
links to outside software
on Darpa's grand challenge website. CMVision was aimed primarily at
vision indoors with semi-controlled lighting, but I'm happy to see
it show up wherever people think there is a use for it. Thresholding
is often very application and environment specific, while the other
operations fit in to a much broader class of vision tasks including
outdoor vision. Thus the routines for run length encoding and
connected components seem to be used separately by a lot of people.
That makes me happy too.
Support for CMVision 1.x has been added to the
It is a portable networked multiagent robot simulator.
A beta for Version 2.0 is now available:
This new version allows arbitrary thresholds using a
subsampled version of the entire joint histogram, and uses
templates entensively allowing easier extension for
particular projects without the need to edit the library
||Version 1.2 is now available.
Average color, density merging, and dual threshold support has
||We presented a paper on CMVision at IROS-2000.
||Version 1.1 is now available.
My undergraduate thesis is now available documenting work
in CMVision and several applications over the past year
(940K compressed). It includes some documentation on the
||Version 1.0 has been released.
||The package has been finished and the general
library includes all the attributes of the three versions used by our
lab, except for density based merging, which was implemented as a hack
and will be re-introduced in a more elegant way later.
||Web page created.