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An Image Widget for display OpenCV Mat image

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A PyQt5/PySide2 Image Widget for quickly displaying OpenCV Mat Image!

Modified @ 2017.07.26 16:47:36 CST

1. Dependency, Install and Uninstall

1.1 Dependency

opencv-python (or you can compile cv2 from the OpenCV Source!)

1.2 Install

$ git clone
$ cd imagepyqt
$ ls

$ python3 install

1.3 Uninstall

pip3 uninstall imagepyqt

2. Usage

2.1 Test the demo

$ python3 -m "imagepyqt.demos"

2.2 A simple demo

""" [1] Read Image in cv2 """
import cv2
imagename = "/home/auss/Pictures/test.png" ## TODO: change to your image path!
img = cv2.imread(imagename)

""" [2] Display the OpenCV Mat in imagepyqt """
import imagepyqt as ipq
ipq.imshow(img,"Test ImagePyQt")

2.3 Other demos

import os, sys
from imagepyqt.widgets import imwidget
from imagepyqt.myQt import mkQApp, runQApp, QtWidgets
from imagepyqt import qimshow

## TODO: change to your own imagepath!
imagename = "/home/auss/Pictures/test.png"

def test1():
    """A Simple demo"""
    import cv2
    img = cv2.imread(imagename)
    qimshow(img,"Test MyImageWidget[2]")

def test2():
    """Another Simple demo"""
    import cv2
    img = cv2.imread(imagename)
    qApp = mkQApp()
    win = imwidget.MyImageWidget()
    win.setWindowTitle("Test MyImageWidget[1]")

def run():

if __name__ == "__main__":

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