[Haskell-cafe] bitmap examples
acowley at seas.upenn.edu
Tue Aug 24 14:29:57 EDT 2010
On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 11:02 AM, Raluca-Elena Podiuc
<ralucaelena1985 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am trying to build a mini framework for image processing but I can find
> any examples about that (bitmap processing ). Does anybody know were can I
> find some tutorials or samples about that ?
Noam Lewis's HOpenCV package on hackage
<http://hackage.haskell.org/package/HOpenCV> is a great way to get
started using OpenCV for image processing.
My own fork of this project <http://github.com/acowley/HOpenCV> adds
static checking of color and pixel depth, more OpenCV functionality,
and interoperation with Data.Vector.Storable. However, it should
definitely be classified as experimental as I'm still exploring how I
want things to work. I am using it for real-time video processing in
an active research project, though, so it is getting regularly
exercised. An example program included in the repository is,
> import AI.CV.OpenCV.HighCV
> main = toFile "closed.png" . erode 8 . dilate 8 =<< fromFileGray "input.png"
I've made some effort to provide reasonable haddock documentation, so
I recommend building that (cabal haddock) and consulting it to find
your way around.
As I mentioned, it is all still very rough, but feel free to give it a
try if it seems to do what you need. If you're looking to start your
own effort from scratch, I think Data.Vector.Storable is nice way to
mix Haskell and C.
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