The CImg library provides a set of C++ classes that can be used to load, save, process, and display images. It is portable (Unix/X11, Windows, MacOS X), efficient, and simple to use.
|Tags||multimedia Graphics Scientific/Engineering Image Recognition Mathematics Visualization Software Development Libraries|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X Windows POSIX Unix|
Release Notes: The "cimg::tic()" and "cimg::tac()" functions were added, which are useful to display elapsed times. A bug in "cimg::round()" was corrected so that "-round(x)==round(-x)" is verified. A bug in "CImg
Release Notes: Routines were added for image sharpening and for calculating the 2D or 3D structure tensor field from an image. The greycstoration plug-in was rewritten.
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