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OpenCV was not made for OpenFrameworks. It is a project initiated by Intel Research many years ago (first version in 2000). The library written in C is optimized for real-time processing and takes advantage of embedded hardware acceleration. It runs on many platforms and is free for commercial and research use under a BSD license.
Oreilly’s has a good book for it if you are interested:
Learning OpenCV: Computer Vision with the OpenCV Library
Many wrappers and implementations are now available, so OpenCV can be accessed from Python, Java, C# and many other programming languages.
Thanks for the correction. It looks like the Processing library of OpenCV is recent.
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