tracking objects

Oct 18, 2008 at 4:26pm

tracking objects

this is a newbie question,
sorry for my English, I am trying to make sense of cv.jit objects but I do no have the knowledge.
i am looking for something to track the presence on a room with a web cam, somebody recently showme something done in processing with JMyron the program is call “Myron,CameraasMouse, basically what it does it draws a ball in the screen that resembles the situation of the person in front of the camera, when the person moves to the right the ball moves to the right, when the person moves to another location the ball follows, giving x, and y coordenates of the ball. Is there something similar in Jitter?.
I was trying some of the objects in cv.jit but in one I

#40402
Oct 19, 2008 at 2:05pm

#142904
Oct 20, 2008 at 5:14pm

I am trying to do something similar as well. But I want
to be able to track dancers on the screen…

I use mostly MSP, so I am not as familiar with Jitter.
I have searched the form for info and how to get started and
it seems like cv.jit is the way to go. Would anyone be
so kind as to post a basic patch that I could use as a starting
point?

Also, does anyone have any recommendations of what kind of
camera works best for such things?

#142905
Oct 20, 2008 at 8:08pm

the cv.jit help files should be all you need. As for the camera, it really
doesn’t matter but a firewire that works natively with your computer is
helpful.

2008/10/20 Anthony Palomba

>
> I am trying to do something similar as well. But I want
> to be able to track dancers on the screen…
>
> I use mostly MSP, so I am not as familiar with Jitter.
> I have searched the form for info and how to get started and
> it seems like cv.jit is the way to go. Would anyone be
> so kind as to post a basic patch that I could use as a starting
> point?
>
> Also, does anyone have any recommendations of what kind of
> camera works best for such things?
>
>

#142906
Oct 20, 2008 at 8:31pm

I see, anyone have any recommendations on an inexpensive
video conferencing camera for use with an XP machine?

#142907
Oct 20, 2008 at 10:04pm

i tested many usb cameras in jitter land. and i work with some industrial
usb cameras outside.
i dont like usb, before its to late i suggest you try a firewire unibrain
camera.

but there are some usb types which get good feedback which i havnt had
checked.
the Philips SPC900NC and the ps3 eyetoy. the second has an amazing spec (not
only for the price) but xp drivers are rare.

On Mon, Oct 20, 2008 at 10:31 PM, Anthony Palomba wrote:

>
> I see, anyone have any recommendations on an inexpensive
> video conferencing camera for use with an XP machine?
>
>

#142908

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