It all started in 2012 when I had a chance to port my all image processing codes from Windows to Linux. That includes all C++ codes with lots of GUI implementation, not to mention several COM model architecture and several Windows-only technologies. For now, I'm very happy to work between these two platforms under the same code base. This might be very normal to some of you, but with 10+ years of Windows codes, it is still a struggle to migrate all to Linux in 4 months. Here is the story:
There are four comprehensive tools included in Yi-ToolSet, please follow download link to try. Yi-ToolSet is a C++ SDK which serves several basic and advanced image processing needs, including:
Brightness, Contract, Exposure
Tone Curve adjustment
Color space conversion
Local Contrast/Local Tone mapping
In this toolset, we utilize Qt to implement cross platform UI. OpenCV, OpenMP and Intel TBB are used to make parallel computing possible. We also implement our own memory management, such that it is ok to handle virtually any size of bitmap in resource limited environment (Android, iOS or embedde systems.)
They are available in source codes or SDK, on Windows, Linux, iOS and Android. These demo programs are currently available in Windows platform, will provide Linux/Android platform later.