We are in the process of finalizing the DIPlib 3.0 beta release for Windows, macOS and Linux! This is a complete rewrite in C++ of the original code with interfaces to both Matlab and Python.

The source code of DIPlib 3.0 beta can already be obtained and build from under the Apache License, version 2.0. Installation instructions are available in the repository. For more information please contact Prof. Dr. Bernd Rieger or Cris Luengo.

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Prof.Dr. Bernd Rieger, Cris Luengo and Ronald Ligteringen


DIPimage is a MATLAB toolbox for scientific image processing and analysis [ further].

DIPlib is a platform independent scientific image processing library written in C [ further].

This site provides all information concerning DIPimage and DIPlib. Via the Navigation bar on the left you can find the Download page, Documentation page, FAQ page and more. New users and commercial users should read the License page. You can reach us via the information on the Contact page. The latest News can also be found on the right side of this page.

Developed by members of

Quantitative Imaging Group at the Faculty of Applied Sciences, Delft University of Technology

Scientific director:

Prof.Dr. Bernd Rieger

The DIP-Team

DIPlib creators:

Michael van Ginkel, Geert van Kempen

DIPimage creator:

Cris Luengo

First generation contributors (~2000-):

Bernd Rieger, Cris Luengo, Michael van Ginkel, Geert van Kempen, Lucas van Vliet

Second generation contributors (~2003-):

Judith Dijk, Frank Faas, Ronald Ligteringen, Tuan Pham, Kees van Wijk

Latest news

  • Advance Notice: DIPlib 3 beta this summer This summer will bring DIPlib 3 beta! A complete rewrite of our image analysis library in C++ with interfaces to Matlab and Python. More information: Presenting DIPlib 3.0
    Posted Mar 25, 2018, 12:00 AM by Ronald Ligteringen
  • 2017-12-14: version 2.9 Version 2.9 of DIPlib and DIPimage has been released. Due to recent changes in macOS and Matlab the macos (Darwin) distribution has no OpenMP. Changelist 2.9
    Posted Dec 14, 2017, 4:25 AM by Ronald Ligteringen
  • The Future of DIPlib Over the last some years we have slowly been working towards renewing DIPlib and bringing it into the modern era. This effort has been accelerating over the last year, and ...
    Posted Sep 28, 2017, 9:40 PM by Cris Luengo
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