Matrox Imaging (Dorval, Quebec, Canada) has announced enhancements to the Matrox Imaging Library (MIL) 9, a software development toolkit for image analysis, machine vision, medical imaging, and video analytics. The enhancements include improvements to code reading and verification, GPU-based processing, and GenICam™ support.
The update to MIL 9 makes it easier to read distorted DataMatrix, QR, Micro QR, and 4- State/IMB codes. MIL’s GPU-based processing capability has been updated using the Microsoft ®DirectX® 11, or more specifically, the DirectCompute application programming interface (API). Additional capabilities include the interoperability of MIL code with custom DirectCompute and OpenCL™ code for GPU-based processing. The update also enables the use of a GPU that is not connected to a monitor.
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