[OSGeo-Discuss] Ball Aerospace releases open source version of Opticks

Wilfred L. Guerin wilfredguerin at gmail.com
Wed Dec 12 09:20:53 PST 2007

I bet they still haven't figured out how to find a ball in a picture.

what hypocrisy...

I'd tell you how simple it is, but the us navy and dhs coast guard
threatened to kill me.

On Dec 11, 2007 5:57 PM, Brent Fraser <bfraser at geoanalytic.com> wrote:
> Opticks is a small but interesting remote sensing/image
> processing application "that enables analysts to develop
> intelligence products".  While the actual functions may be a
> little thin, it exposes some nice concepts regarding
> plugins, wizards, etc.
> Here's a press release:
> http://www.sys-con.com/read/472789.htm
> and the website: http://www.ballforge.net/.
> A couple of observations:
> 1.  The Contributors Agreement (click on the Contributors
> Agreement link on the left side of the page) is likely
> rather intimidating for the average open source contributor.
> 2.  It doesn't use GDAL (although it does have OSSIM as a
> dependency).
> Brent Fraser
> GeoAnalytic Inc.
> Calgary, Alberta
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