[PD] video tracking how advanced?

Ian Smith-Heisters heisters at 0x09.com
Sun Mar 13 20:22:58 CET 2005

I was pretty sure EyesWeb is all closed source, but I'd love to be 
proven wrong.

I think PDP/PiDiP is the way to go for motion tracking. Currently it 
lacks EW's high level objects like the centroid tracker, but it has all 
the pieces there to build one.

The posture recognition in EW might use some sort of neural net to 
recognize postures, which might be buildable with Pd's ANN.

Let me know how it goes, as it's on my list to look at this.


Thoralf Schulze wrote:
> Hi Chris,
> gem has a pix_blub object, you might use that in
> conjunction with pix_background to identify moving
> objects and their motion vectors.  not sure how far
> this will get you, though ... 
> I'm afraid pd /gem isn't as advanced as EyesWeb in
> this respect.
> On the other hand, isn't EyesWeb open sourced, apart
> from the intel image processing libs? Maybe porting
> some stuff won't be too hard.
> hope this helps,
> thoralf.  
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