Monday 15th July at 6 for 6:15pm start.
At this meeting, Tony Bryer gave a presentation on ImageEn
ImageEn is an extensive component suite for image editing, display and analysis for Delphi and C++ Builder
Tony showed how it is possible to incorporate powerful image processing into your application with very little code by using the supplied actions.
Most ImageEn functionality could be accessed either from code or via Actions.
An option pack can be purchased that adds extra functions including barcode recognition, OCR and facial recognition.
ImageEn web site: www.imageen.com
Comprehensive help: www.imageen.com/help
Support forums: www.imageen.com/ieforum/
Ready-to-run demos: www.imageen.com/demos
We started the meeting with some time for a “Public Soap Box” where the discussion included Embarcadero’s definition of perpetual.
The meeting was held at the Melbourne Men’s Shed, situated in the Federation Square Car Park building, off Russell St Extension.