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VCLIB image processing library

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Vision Components has extended the functional range of its VCLIB image processing library. VCLIB offers a combination of algorithms refined and optimised for Vision Components’ embedded systems.

Users can now employ more than 300 VCLIB functions free of charge, without any additional costs for runtime licenses or other fees. The extensive software library contains all standard image processing algorithms as well as ready-to-use algorithms for a number of inspection tasks, and provides users with the option of in-house programming. The new version now also includes the revised VC Barcode Reader tool, which includes omni-directional barcode recognition and supports all standard code types.

Additional new VCLIB features include several new functions that enable correlation with sub-pixel accuracy, such as for the inspection of printed materials, filter functions, edge detection functions, geometric transformation functions, and a debug function. Moreover, with this VCLIB update, colour conversion from the Bayer pattern can take place by hardware and is thus rendered much faster.

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