Note: One of the most convenient ways to run the program on a non-DOS machine is via vDos, an application that sets up its own DOS environment on your computer. All you have to do is pair a DOS drive letter with a Windows drive/directory letter, copy the program into it and type its name in the DOS window.
A Windows version of OtoomCM accepting video as input.
Available from Downloads > OVideo program.
Click here for an animation showing the changing states of its AI engine.