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64-bit performance for Delphi developers

1 Mar 2012

The latest Service Pack for CVB 2011 MultiOS now allows Delphi engineers to develop projects for the Windows 7 64-bit version.

Upon release of the latest 64-bit compatible version of Embarcadero Delphi XE 2, STEMMER IMAGING generated and tested the required CVB components.

Effective immediately, CVB is the first library to officially support Delphi for 32-bit and 64-bit platforms. The Delphi support for CVB includes various new 64-bit tutorials including source code.

STEMMER IMAGING has been supporting the Delphi programming language – originally created by Borland – since 1997. Many experienced developers praise its flexibility, performance and independence in combination with CVB. They have created impressive imaging projects using this combination, and we are happy to move one further step ahead by now supporting 64-bit platforms as well.

Furthermore, following the Service Pack, we will introduce more 64-bit developments in CVB on a tool and driver level. This includes the release of 3D tools from our partners Aqsense for CVB 2011 MultiOS under 64-bit. The base of 64-bit compatible drivers has been expanded as well.

We offer regular beginners trainings on Common Vision Blox via our European Imaging Academy. You can find current schedules and registration forms at www


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STEMMER IMAGING has been one of the leaders in the machine vision market since 1987. It is one of Europe's largest technology providers in this field. In 1997 STEMMER IMAGING presented Common Vision Blox (CVB), a powerful programming library for fast and reliable development and implementation of vision solutions, which has been deployed successfully throughout the world in more than 80,000 imaging applications in various industries.

CVB Foundation Package
  • High performance foundation package for Common Vision Blox
  • Rapid, easy-to-use entry-level solution
  • Contains the most important algorithms required for image processing