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A new version of KAZE features has been integrated my private fork of OpenCV (You can find it’s here: https://github.com/BloodAxe/opencv/tree/kaze-features). We’re on the way to make pull-request and integrate KAZE features to official OpenCV repository.
There only few things are left:
- Include KAZE into features2d unit tests.
- Rewrite KAZE to support OpenCV threading API.
- Expose adjustable parameters of KAZE algorithm.
- Do code cleanup and documentation for pull request.
I think we (Pablo, KAZE author) and me complete these steps in a near future. During our hard work you can enjoy these nice charts that shows how awesome KAZE features are: