I have gone through the tutorials for jitter and I still feel very new at this whole scene. I am working on an undergraduate research project and I am trying to take live video input, interpret the data through Jitter to get a mean pixel movement value for both the X and Y coordinates in the matrix and then take that list information and input into the Teleo externals for Jitter to move a motor. *phew* So, in effect, someone moving from left to right across the matrix would cause the motor to move 'x' direction by the output created by the matrix. I'm clear up until the point when I need to use the information generated in a matrix for another external.
Questions: Should I focus on the mean average threshold values of color and/or light? What is the best way to use the output list generated by a matrix? Am I going about this the wrong way? Would someone smarter than me be willing to create a small basic sample of what I would need to get started on this? (jit.dx.grab or jit.qt.grab are both working now)