Spirit Machine Vision Discussion

The more technical aspects of Spirit, and carry-over discussion from Kickstarter updates.
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esba1ley
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Re: Spirit Machine Vision Discussion

Postby esba1ley » Wed Jan 31, 2018 8:47 am

More OpenCV goodness on the Raspberry Pi 3 in the Spirit Rover! Check out my blog post here:

https://eriksbailey.wordpress.com/2018/ ... iritrover/

I successfully implemented and tested using the pan/tilt head to move the camera, took some images, and stitched them together using example code from Adrian RoseBrock's PyImageSearch Blog here:

https://www.pyimagesearch.com/2016/01/1 ... stitching/

See my other forum post in this thread:

viewtopic.php?f=18&t=6575

with my Python code for commanding the servos on the Spirit Rover:
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Erik S. Bailey
Entry, Descent, and Landing Aerospace Engineer
Maker, and Musician
SpiritRover Kickstarter Backer #460

mgodiya
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Re: Spirit Machine Vision Discussion

Postby mgodiya » Sun Apr 29, 2018 3:07 am

esba1ley wrote:Hey mgodiya,

Maybe we can help Kevin out with some OpenCV stuff using the python3 interface... I think we can make it simple enough for 3rd graders to do basic functionality through the Python interface, and since it's based on OpenCV, if some whiz kid wants to "dive deep", OpenCV is pretty limitless going down to the lowest level.

Thoughts?

-Erik

Just sent you a PM.
we can discuss more and come up with a plan.

mgodiya
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Re: Spirit Machine Vision Discussion

Postby mgodiya » Mon Apr 30, 2018 7:33 pm

esba1ley wrote:Hey mgodiya,

Maybe we can help Kevin out with some OpenCV stuff using the python3 interface... I think we can make it simple enough for 3rd graders to do basic functionality through the Python interface, and since it's based on OpenCV, if some whiz kid wants to "dive deep", OpenCV is pretty limitless going down to the lowest level.

Thoughts?

-Erik

Hey Erik,

Not sure if you got my message or not. Its been sitting in my inbox for two days.
I'd like to exchange contact details so that we can talk further. If you could please drop your contact details on my website:
http://www.mgodiya.com/contact/

I'm generally pretty quick to responding via emails.

Thanks
Mohit Godiya


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