pureImage is an open-source cross-language plugin framework, focused on the reuse of freely available image processing libraries.

Using pureImage, one can combine and re-use image processing functions, whether originating from different libraries or home-grown code, from different programming languages via a uniform interface. Right now, pureImage can be used under Windows and Linux, from C, C++, and Java. It provides bindings for OpenCV, CImg, Tesseract, and other libraries.

This project covers pureImage core, plug-ins, and examples.

To learn more about pureImage, go to the Doxygen-generated documentation, to the documentation at the wiki pages, or have a look at the pureImage presentation at Prezi.

To start working with pureImage, download the distribution in the files section, or clone the repository via git clone https://pureimage.flll.jku.at/pureImage.git.

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pureImage is copyright by Institut für Wissensbasierte Mathematische Systeme at Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, and is released under the terms of GPL v3.

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