The XVision2 Project


XVision2 is a complete rewrite of the original XVision system developed at Yale University from 1993-1998. If you are not familiar with XVision, you might want to read the history and aims of that project. The basic philosophy of XVision has been maintained in XVision2, but our goal is to provide a much broader and flexible range of functionality. The system is largely being developed by graduate students at The Johns Hopkins University under the supervision of Professor Greg Hager.

If you are familiar with XVision, you'll see that many things have changed.  The major changes include:


We are still in the process of developing XVision2 and are happy to entertain suggestions, have people test code, etc.  A copy of the current version of the code is available for download here. You may try (at your own risk) our new RPMs

Fedora Core 2 (may work on other releases too) XVision2-1.0.3-1.i386.rpm , XVision2-1.0.3-1.src.rpm.
RedHat 8 (may work on other releases too) XVision2-1.0.3-1.rh8.i386.rpm , XVision2-1.0.3-1.rh8.src.rpm.

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Documentation for XVision2 is available here.

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