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For the stable Slicer documentation, visit the 4.10 page.

Introduction and Acknowledgements

Extension: OpenCVExample
Acknowledgments: This work was supported by a supplement to the Quantitative Image Informatics project via the NIH-National Cancer Institute Grant U24 CA180918-03 as well as U24 CA180924 Tools to Analyze Morphology and Spatially Mapped Molecular Data with Stony Brook University.
Author: Nicole Aucoin (SPL)
Contact: Nicole Aucoin, <email>nicole@bwh.harvard.edu</email>

Quantitative Image Informatics for Cancer Research  
Surgical Planning Laboratory (SPL)  

Module Description

OpenCVExample.png


Use Cases

This extension provides an example on how to build and run against the OpenCV package provided by the SlicerOpenCV extension.

Tutorials

Panels and their use

The ExampleOpenCV extension provides the [[Documentation/Nightly/Extensions/BlendVectorVolumes|Blend Vector Volumes] CLI as a stand alone module, but the extension does not provide an overall GUI.

Similar Modules

The Slicer Pathology extension also uses the SlicerOpenCV extension

References


Information for Developers


Use this extension as a template on how to include OpenCV provided by the SlicerOpenCV module:

  • In your extension's top level CMakeList.txt:
    • Specify that it depends on SlicerOpenCV:
 set(EXTENSION_DEPENDS "SlicerOpenCV")
    • Include the SlicerOpenCV extension by including this line after the find_package for Slicer:
 find_package(SlicerOpenCV REQUIRED)
  • In your extension's module CMakeLists.txt file:
    • Define OpenCV_DIR by finding the package that SlicerOpenCV provided:
 find_package(OpenCV 3.1 REQUIRED)
    • The header include path is defined as:
 get_filename_component(OpenCV_INCLUDE_DIR ${OpenCV_DIR}/../../include ABSOLUTE)
    • Add ${OpenCV_INCLUDE_DIR} to the MODULE_INCLUDE_DIRECTORIES list
    • Link against the OpenCV libraries by adding ${OpenCV_LIBS} to the MODULE_TARGET_LIBRARIES