Welcome to the ViSP website
ViSP, standing for Visual Servoing Platform, is unique. This software is a complete cross-platform library that allows prototyping and developing applications in visual tracking and visual servoing. A general overview of ViSP features is provided here.
ViSP can be useful in robotics, computer vision, augmented reality and computer animation.
Written in C++, the software provides a set of modules available under Linux, OSX and Windows. To extend ViSP capabilities, it allows interoperability with third-party libraries. Note that ViSP is also proposed as a stack for ROS (Robot Operating System). For the moment, this stack contains ViSP based packages able to calibrate a camera or track 3D objects.
ViSP is open-source with a GNU GPLv2 license. A professional edition license is also available. More information about ViSP licensing is provided here.
ViSP is developed and maintained by the INRIA Lagadic team located at INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique.
Under development since 1999, ViSP is supported by INRIA.
How to help ?
We are still in the process of improving ViSP and are
happy to entertain suggestions, to have people to test code, etc.
If you enjoy using ViSP, you may contribute to the project in different ways. This will motivate us to continue the efforts.
- You can help VISP to be more widely known, by displaying a ViSP flyer at work, in your lab or school.
- You can submit a bug report using the tracker.
- You can submit patches or new functionalities here.
- You can write new tutorials, new documentations or simply improve the existing documentation.
- If you just want to say you've been happy with the library, you can send us a postcard from your place, to the following address: Inria Rennes Bretagne Atlantique, Lagadic team, Campus de Beaulieu, 35042 Rennes Cedex, FRANCE.
You can also ask for help using either the french or the english forum, or ViSP users mailing list.
You can also contact ViSP authors using email@example.com.
Latest project news
|May 15th, 2013
||A young graduate engineer position concerning "Software development for the humanoid robot Romeo" is available in the Lagadic team.
|May 14th, 2013
||A new ViSP 2.7.1 snapshot corresponding to the current development state is available. New tutorials concerning ViSP installation, planar image projection, acquisition from a camera, image-based visual servoing were introduced.
|May 2nd, 2013
||A new ViSP 2.7.1 snapshot corresponding to the current development state is available. New tutorials concerning keypoints, moving-edges and model-based trackers, image-based visual servo, real-time curves plotter were also introduced.
|April 26th, 2013
||ViSP 2.7.0 was accepted in Debian unstable.
|April 17th, 2013
||A new ViSP 2.7.1 snapshot corresponding to the current development state is available. It includes new bug fixes and new tutorials.
|April 5th, 2013
||ROS vision_visp stack was updated to allow the usage of ViSP model-based hybrid tracker introduced in ViSP 2.7.0.
|April 4th, 2013
||ViSP 2.6.2 was introduced for testing in Debian unstable "sid".
|March 27th, 2013
||A new ViSP 2.7.1 snapshot corresponding to the current development state is available. It includes mainly bug fixes.
|March 6th, 2013
||Instructions to build ViSP from source on openSUZE or CentOS platforms are provided here.
|February 11th, 2013
||ViSP 2.7.0 release under the terms of the GPL v2 license is out.
|January 9th, 2013
||ViSP 2.6.2 was proposed as a new package in Debian archive
|January 7th, 2013
||The first attempt to propose ViSP 2.6.2 as a package into Debian, by Thomas Moulard contribution.