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Ask HN: What is a cool technology to learn?
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 1 Jul 2021
Yeah, Prolog is pretty cool!
Another technology I found interesting too learn is ITK (https://itk.org/). You need a different mindset using ITK than other image processing libraries.
Lisp is cool as well.
And fully homomorphic encryption.
Give me a starting nudge: microscopy image processing in python
3 projects | reddit.com/r/Python | 27 May 2021
VTK is a powerful visualization package, but it's more for working with 3D FEM/CFD data. There are lots of things in there though, so it may be useful. The sister project Paraview is an application which can be used to work with data interactively. Both have great Python support. There is also ITK which is focused on with image data, like medical scans - never used it, though.
We haven't tracked posts mentioning CImg yet.
Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.
What are some alternatives?
OpenCV - Open Source Computer Vision Library
VTK - Mirror of Visualization Toolkit repository
imagick - Go binding to ImageMagick's MagickWand C API
FreeImage - A custom distribution of FreeImage, with a CMake-based build system. Used by the Athena Game Framework.
Boost.GIL - Boost.GIL - Generic Image Library | Requires C++11 since Boost 1.68
libvips - A fast image processing library with low memory needs.
tesseract-ocr - Tesseract Open Source OCR Engine (main repository)
Flutter - Flutter makes it easy and fast to build beautiful apps for mobile and beyond
GDCM - Grassroots DICOM read-only mirror. Only for Pull Request. Please report bug at http://sf.net/p/gdcm