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A Tutorial on Using Machine Vision for Obstacle Avoidance

Posted on March 24, 2009

By William Cox & filled under Software and Apps.

Roborealm has an interesting tutorial on using machine vision for obstacle avoidance in ground-based vehicles. The tutorial shows a series of image processing steps which can be chained together to detect the “highest” point in an image, based on the ground color. Presumably, that highest point is indicative of the best path to take in [...]
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Autonomous Robot Navigation Using Vanishing Points

Posted on January 19, 2009

By William Cox & filled under Software and Apps.

Shown below is a video of a robot that uses the perceived vanishing point of an image to navigate through a corridor. The robot, based on an iRobot Create, uses a standard webcam and video processing to locate the vanishing point of what it sees, and navigates towards that point. Such navigation works very well [...]
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RoboSapien V2, Java Robots, and Robot Vision

Posted on January 04, 2006

By William Cox & filled under Industry.

Here’s a few interesting sites I ran across today. I’m busy getting ready for another semester, so posting is a bit light. An interesting post about the RoboSapien V2 and his capabilities. According to the poster, demand is high. But, I haven’t found anyone with one yet. Scott Preston’s website. Looks like he’s promoting his [...]
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... 2 Controller x. General Electronics c) Software i. RIOS ii. SEQ iii. LynxTerm iv. FlowStone v. Linux vi. Mac vii. Microsoft Robotics Studio viii. RoboRealm ix. General Programming [/INDENT] 3) Projects and Design (more general robot discussion, like if you were working on a custom robot) [INDENT] ...
2013-12-20 13:12 by CBenson
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... 2 Controller x. General Electronics c) Software i. RIOS ii. SEQ iii. LynxTerm iv. FlowStone v. Linux vi. Mac vii. Microsoft Robotics Studio viii. RoboRealm ix. General Programming 3) Projects and Design (more general robot discussion, like if you were working on a custom robot) a) General Discussion ...
2013-12-20 13:06 by CBenson
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If you want to see a video feed on your smart phone (Internet access) you simply need an IP camera.
2013-06-13 07:52 by CBenson
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Have you guys used wireless spy camera with your phone, I am thinking to buy a spy camera for my home as a security in my absence. I want to know if it is possible to keep a watch at my house while I am away. How do I do this? Please give me some advice.
2013-06-13 07:19 by jennyalberd82
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... Which software have you tried (with which hardware) and what aspects did you like / not like? Of the main software for sale (RIOS , SSC-32, Roborealm, FlowStone), which aspects do you like the most and which features would you like to be developed further? We look forward to your input.
2012-11-16 17:10 by CBenson
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... It's little demo of object recognition and learning from motion with helping of AVM Navigator. All object rectangle coordinates are available in RoboRealm pipeline from external variables: NV_ARR_OBJ_RECT_X - left-top corner X coordinate of recognized object NV_ARR_OBJ_RECT_Y - left-top corner ...
2012-10-09 14:10 by EDV
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Twinky rover and fruit (color tracking with RoboRealm)

[video=youtube;YBHYeuT51bA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBHYeuT51bA[/youtube]
2012-07-31 01:20 by EDV
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My understanding is that the standard setup for roborealm is to use a wireless onboard camera to transmit video back to a host computer running roborealm, I write a program within roborealm to follow the red ball or whatever; and my program sends ...
2012-07-20 14:15 by daveTucker
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Hello I have been looking at roborealm to do object avoidance and tracking for a while now and I have not seen a way to connect it and a webcam directly to a microcontroller I have a solution to this problem though, there is lots of tutorials ...
2012-07-20 05:53 by CodeMaster
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Do I need to get the server controller?
If so, which board connects to bluetooth (currently I can drive the vehicle using a Bluetooth connection, this of course
uses the onboard serial ports)

Thanks in Advance
-DPT
2012-07-19 09:21 by daveTucker
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... shield or something I'd need a shove in the right direction to figure it out, as it would actually be a preferable method. I'm only using Roborealm because I was already testing it for a different part of the project (the video monitoring and DVR parts of the security setup) and wanted ...
2012-05-13 16:49 by nonnef
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... shield or something I'd need a shove in the right direction to figure it out, as it would actually be a preferable method. I'm only using Roborealm because I was already testing it for a different part of the project (the video monitoring and DVR parts of the security setup) and wanted ...
2012-05-10 13:05 by KM6VV
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Steven over at Roborealm pointed this out: "Have you tried graphing the port1 variable using the Chart_Variable to see if that input also has noise on it? This is most likely the cause since AD conversion has a lot of sensitivity ...
2012-05-09 14:35 by nonnef
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Also, if you don't mind my highjacking my own thread partly; my trial of Roborealm is up next week and I was wondering if when I bought a copy from you guys if it was a download or a disc? If it's a disc I need to come up with a bigger order so I don't waste ...
2012-05-09 13:41 by nonnef
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Also, if you don't mind my highjacking my own thread partly; my trial of Roborealm is up next week and I was wondering if when I bought a copy from you guys if it was a download or a disc? If it's a disc I need to come up with a bigger order so I don't waste ...
2012-05-09 10:26 by Snailkeeper
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