[PD] Motion Detection Strategies - Gem
cyborgk at gmail.com
Sat Oct 7 02:05:09 CEST 2006
Is there some easy installation to try out GridFlow? How hard is it to
install the Fedora Core and add the planet ccrma packages, for a
complete Linux beginner?
I'm on WinXP, but I have tried out PD in Linux using Pure:Dyne. The
gridflow examples didn't seem to work, however... Nor did PMPD, if I
remember. They just, well, didn't do anything...
I also don't know, how hard it would be to get the Logitech camera
running under Linux. And to get my wireless USB running in Linux,
which is the only way I can get on the internet, to download the
drivers and software I might need to make everything run...
On 10/6/06, Alexandre Castonguay <acastonguay at artengine.ca> wrote:
> Hello David,
> You could track a red led (or bright dot) in GridFlow by using
> [lti.SplitImageToRGB] and sending the red channel to [#motion_detect]. It
> outputs x and y values. I have some images of drawings made after this
> here : http://artengine.ca/acastonguay/projets/plotter/. You'll also find
> some images of early motion detection studies by the Galbraiths that puts
> this in perspective.
> Le Vendredi 6 Octobre 2006 18:27, Mathieu Bouchard a écrit :
> > On Fri, 6 Oct 2006, David Powers wrote:
> > > Finally, are there more advanced motion detection strategies? Like, say,
> > > could I somehow put a bright red dot on my index finger, and just detect
> > > where my index finger is? I'd love to hear what people have done.
> > Alexandre Castonguay has done that a few years ago using high-intensity
> > LED. I'm doing the same for my girlfriend's project, which will be
> > presented as Café Esperanza on the 19th at 20:00.
> > Café Esperanza is at the corner of Saint-Viateur & Saint-Laurent, in the
> > city mentioned below:
> > _ _ __ ___ _____ ________ _____________ _____________________ ...
> > | Mathieu Bouchard - tél:+1.514.383.3801 - http://artengine.ca/matju
> > | Freelance Digital Arts Engineer, Montréal QC Canada
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