Computer vision is a discipline within computer science that focuses on how computers can gain an understanding of the visual world. Typically, this involves capturing image data from a camera and using specialized algorithms to extract information about objects, locations, and people involved in an image. This can range from detecting whether a face is smiling or frowning to identifying what kind of car is parked in front of a building. Computer vision has applications in many fields including medicine, entertainment, law enforcement, and more—and C# is one of the most popular programming languages used for computer vision. Some of the most popular among developers are: Opencvsharp - Provides functions for converting from Mat into Bitmap(GDI+) or WriteableBitmap(WPF); OptiKey - An on-screen keyboard that is designed to help Motor Neuron Disease (MND) patients interact with Windows computers; OpenCV - ComputerVision Demos. The entire list of open source C# Computer Vision libraries are provided below.
C# 977 Version:Current License: Others (Non-SPDX)
C# 328 Version:v2.0.1 License: No License
C# 8 Version:v0.2.5beta License: Permissive (MIT)
C# 4 Version:Current License: Strong Copyleft (GPL-3.0)