Most of the research that takes place in the VASE Lab results in the production of
Image processing and computer vision
- EVE, the Easy Vision
Environment, a continuously-evolving set of computer vision
modules written in Python. EVE is intended for interactive
development and processing — think of it as a free alternative
- Jasmine, a GUI for capturing
training data and an evolution 'engine' for constructing complete
vision systems. Jasmine is a product of our research into vision systems that
- Java Hough transform code.
Command-line utilities for digital camera images
- A Tcl script for copying images from
a digital camera which appears as a USB mass storage device under
Linux or MacOSX. (The output frames have names generated from the date and a
- A Python script for generating
pages of thumbnail images from full-size images.
- JavaPlot, a graphing tool
that can draw line graphs, bar charts and candlestick plots in Java
- If you use Sean Luke's ECJ genetic
programming environment, here is some sample code showing how to convert
your best individual at the end of each generation directly into Java
code as your GP run is executed.
VASE Lab members are fairly active LATEX
users (indeed, Adrian
Clark has been using it since 1984, and remains on the
TEX implementors mailing list).
- thesis-layout.tar.gz: a
gzipped tar-file containing the template for a PhD thesis that
conforms to the University of Essex guidelines.
- dates.sty: a style file
that can output today's date in a variety of formats and is easily
modified to support languages other than English.
- Software for controlling the
pan/tilt/zoom head of Sony EVI-D31 cameras via an RS232 line under
- An image capture library that
drives (via video4linux) BT848-based capture cards under
Linux and SGI capture sub-systems for SGI Indys. We used
Hauppage WinTV cards under Linux and achieved full-frame video at 25Hz
on suitable PC-class systems.