Latest stable version: 2.9.2        Current pre-release: 2.9.3


The CImg Library is known to be used by the following projects. If you are using CImg and want your project to appear on this page, please post a message in the forum, or contact us by e-mail.

  • ASCOS, a correction tool for satellite images.
  • Digikam, an advanced digital photo management application.
  • Event Neural Assembly Simulation is an open-source C++ library to simulate so called event neural unit. Done by the INRIA lab, in France.
  • GIPS and GIPPY are two new, related, open-source projects for processing of remote sensing data.
  • G'MIC is an open and full-featured framework for image processing, providing several different user interfaces to convert/manipulate/filter/visualize generic image datasets, from 1d scalar signals to 3d+t sequences of multi-spectral volumetric images.
  • IDIL (Integrated Data & Image Library), a cross-platform library for computing, plotting and image analysis.
  • Imager is an image/video processing package for R, based on CImg.
  • Inviwo is a software framework for rapid visualization prototyping.
  • lwip, a light-weight image processor for NodeJS.
  • MorphoGraphX is a cross-platform, open-source application for the visualization and processing of 3D biological datasets.
  • Marplot is the mapping program for the CAMEO software suite, which is used widely to plan for and respond to chemical emergencies.
  • Natron is a free open-source, cross-platform compositing software. It aims to produce visual effects.
  • OSRA (Optical Structure Recognition Application) is a utility designed to convert graphical representations of chemical structures into SMILES (Simplified Molecular Input Line Entry Specification) or SD files - a computer recognizable molecular structure formatis a free open-source, cross-platform compositing software.
  • PASIMODO, a program package for particle-based simulation methods, developed at the Institute of Engineering and Computational Mechanics (University of Stuttgart, Germany).
  • pHash is an open-source software library that implements several perceptual hashing algorithms, and provides a C-like API to use those functions in your own programs.
  • Photivo is an open-source photo processor. It handles your RAW files as well as bitmap files in a non-destructive 16 bit processing pipe with gimp workflow integration and batch mode.
  • QuickFit 3 is a data evaluation software for FCS and imagingFCS (imFCS) measurement.
  • Sofa is an open-source framework primarily targeted at real-time simulation, with an emphasis on medical simulation.
  • Theia is a computer vision library aimed at providing efficient and reliable algorithms for Structure from Motion (SfM) and Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) systems.
  • Typhoon is a motion estimation program designed to retrieve vector motion fields from image sequences of turbulent flows.
  • The VIPS Library uses CImg in one of its denoising plugin.
  • wxCam is a webcam application for Linux.
  • XRaySim is an open-source simulation package for use in Industrial Non-Destructive testing and medical imaging applications.
  • YaDICs (Yet another Digital Image Correlation software) is a free software to estimate non-rigid motion between image frames.
  • ZoomFX is a free tool to help in image batch process thanks to an helpful visual interface and powerful filters.
  • Other pieces of code using CImg can be found on Github.
Copyrights (C) From october 2004, David Tschumperlé - GREYC UMR CNRS 6072, Image team.
Copyrights (C) January->September 2004, David Tschumperlé.
Copyrights (C) 2000->2003, David Tschumperlé - INRIA Sophia-Antipolis. Odyssée group.