[PD] opencv motion tracker external HELP!
nosehair911 at bellsouth.net
Wed May 30 02:12:04 CEST 2007
Sorry forgot to ask. Do you have a pd abstraction for this? If not I
will see what I can cook up. I think iemmatrix might do the trick.
On May 29, 2007, at 8:08 PM, Nose Hair wrote:
> I see you have the ability to capture from an avi built in already:
> avi_name = argv[i];
> if (avi_name) pCap = cvCaptureFromFile(avi_name);
> else pCap = cvCaptureFromCAM( 0 )
> This is code looks great. I could figure it out from the code but
> if you have any use instructions let me know. It would be great to
> get a gui for this thing. I will try to figure that out.
> Thank you,
> On May 29, 2007, at 6:58 PM, Nose Hair wrote:
>> Thanks Mike,
>> Its awsome how helpful people in this community can be. I will check
>> out you code and modify it if need be, like add the option to use an
>> avi in order to be able to calibrate things and such and I will post
>> it. I will also continue to figure out the external because I think
>> that would be a neater approach and cause I dont accept defeat very
>> On May 29, 2007, at 4:55 PM, Mike Wozniewski wrote:
>>> Hi Alain,
>>> I've used the OpenCV blobtracker with Pd before, and I simply send
>>> blob positions and sizes over UDP using u_pdsend.c
>>> I've attached my code and makefile... look in blobtrack.c and
>>> search for where I use the pdsend_init() and pdsend_message()
>>> functions... it's pretty simple.
>>> Then you just use [netreceive] in Pd and parse the list as you deem
>>> Hope this helps,
>>> P.S. my blobtracker code is meant for use with a live camera, not
>>> with .avi files.
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