About CVL: image and data processing on GPUs
The CVL project consists of four components:
libcvl, a library for GPU-based image and data processing. This uses OpenGL 2.1 and requires the GLEW library.
cvtool, a command line tool that aims to make all of the libcvl functionality available as filters. It integrates well with other tools like netpbm and pfstools.
cvlview, a viewer for arbitrary 2D or 2D+depth data stored in PNM or PFS files.
cvltonemap, an interactive tone mapping tool for high dynamic range images.
The CVL project is now inactive and obsolete; this source repository just serves as an archive.
The source code is hosted on git.marlam.de, see the web frontend.
$ git clone https://git.marlam.de/git/cvl.git
A mirror of the main git repository is available at github.com/marlam/cvl-mirror.
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You can also use the Github mirror features (issues, comments, pull requests etc) if you prefer.