APHELION™ VERSION 3.X
Using Aphelion Developer with the Graphical User Interface (GUI)
Leveraging their many years of experience listening and responding to the needs of the market, ADCIS, and AAI, have integrated the latest developments in computer vision into Aphelion to provide solutions tailored to the specific requirements of application developers. The Developer version facilitates the creation of dedicated imaging applications through convenient features such as easily adding new functions to the interface. Application developers worldwide have selected Aphelion as the development platform in computer vision.
The developer version, also named APH-DEV includes the Graphical User Interface, the libraries as DLLs and ActiveX components, full on-line documentation, tutorials, example macros, all on the same CD.
Especially designed for Original Equipment Manufacturers and Value Added Resellers, Aphelion's DLLs and ActiveX controls enable them to build applications rapidly. Programmers can easily and quickly develop Visual Basic, C or C++ applications using Aphelion's incredibly extensive libraries (DLLs). A dialog editor is provided for creating new graphical user interfaces from the standard interface, and many VB and C++ example applications are provided which can serve as a jumping-off point for your own development. Aphelion ActiveX controls make creating new imaging applications easy!
- DLL or ActiveX controls
- ActiveX for customized image display
- Filtering Toolkit
- Edge Detection Toolkit
- Frequency Filtering Toolkit
- Morphological Toolkit
- Analysis Toolkit
- Segmentation Toolkit
- Object Processing Toolkit
- Interface to frame grabber boards
- MMX® implementation
Use your favorite GUI developer environment, such as Visual Basic, Visual C++, Delphi, or Java to quickly develop a full application. Complex applications which required extensive development resources in the past can now be developed much more efficiently. Aphelion imaging toolkits are available for the end-user and the developer. The toolkits are available as a set of ActiveX controls callable from any software environment supporting the COM technology, or as a set of dynamic-link libraries (DLLs), easily callable from Visual C++.