Visual Saliency Tracking in C++ using NMPT's FastSUN Algorithm and OpenCV:
Visual Saliency Tracking is a way for a computer or robot to look for interesting things to look at, in a similar way that humans look for interesting things to look at. For example, if something is moving, then we are more likely to look at it than something that is simply still, and if something has many bright colors and sharp edges then we are also more likely to look at it than a blank wall.
The FastSaliency library in NMPT (created by Nicholas Butko, et al. 2008 with original website at UCSD) tries to look around in a scene or video in a similar way that a human might, by Attention Tracking from Visual Salience.