Dividing a Matrix in to a grid and detect movement within cells


    Mar 18 2013 | 1:27 pm
    Hi Community,
    What I am looking to do is take a video input, divide it in to a grid, say 8 x 8 (but i would like the option to change the resolution).
    Then I want to detect movement within the cells, so i intend to convert the image to black and white and do some frame differencing to hopefully get a 'bang' from each cell that senses movement.
    I have tired a scissors and glue technique which does work but is a little clumsy and hammers my processor!
    I also have had a look at cyclops but Im struggling to get it to work?!
    I just wondered if any one has and advice for me or can suggest an object (maybe CV.JIT....) so I don't spend to much time going down dead ends!
    Regards,
    Oli

    • Mar 18 2013 | 1:31 pm
      *update*
      Just realised i should have used [jit.cyclops] as opposed to [cyclops] (school boy error!)
      Cyclops does seem pretty good for what i need but, I am still keen to hear if anyone has any other solutions!
      Regards,
      Oli
    • Mar 18 2013 | 1:46 pm
      how about this as a start--