Common Vision Blox 2011 – Powerful imaging software for 64 bit Windows 7

(PresseBox) (Puchheim, ) STEMMER IMAGING, Europe’s largest imaging technology provider, is proud to announce the release of Common Vision Blox 2011 for Windows 64 bit. This new software library for imaging professionals supports the 64 bit version of Microsoft Windows 7 and includes the Automated Imaging Association (AIA) certified CVB GenICam driver, compatible with the latest GenICam version.

Common Vision Blox 2011 for Windows 64 bit is optimised for memory intense applications and supports the latest acquisition technologies with maximum performance. In addition it offers users a flexible access to image data for implementation of own algorithms in order to get the most possible out of modern computer architectures.

The basic software does not only contain a very capable SDK for the generation of individual imaging applications, but also fundamental functionality for image acquisition, image access, image display, coordinate transformation and image normalisation.

The new release is complemented by the CVB 2011 Foundation Package that includes a collection of highly optimised algorithms for edge and blob detection, statistical image analysis, arithmetic image operations, image calibration and filtering, dynamic thresholding, colour space conversion and colour filtering, and many other powerful features. The package´s already very powerful basic functionalities can be extended by a variety of modular tools with specific algorithms.

With the Common Vision Blox 2011 release STEMMER IMAGING also introduces a new dongle concept offering higher security and flexibility.

The new 64 bit version is the first member of the new Common Vision Blox 2011 MultiOS family that will soon be completed by a 32 bit version, a Linux 64 bit version and the MultiOS version of the very popular independent SDK CVB CameraSuite.

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