January 25, 2006

New open source Adobe imaging library

There’s a new Generic Image Library available for download from Adobe Open Source page. The developers write, “It is a library that abstracts image representations from algorithms on images and allows one to write the algorithm once and have it work for image in any color space, channel depth, interleaved/planar pixel organization, etc., with performance similar to hand-coding for a specific image type.” If image science is your bag, this might be worth a look.

Posted by John Nack at 1:56 PM on January 25, 2006

Comments

  • John Davies — 8:45 AM on January 30, 2006

    I tried to do something like this 10 years ago when I worked in machine vision. I never got too far because of the complexity of the task.
    So I really appreciate Adobe doing the work and putting it out there.

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