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If you don't have an ArduEye Rocket Shield, you can still hook up a Stonyman breakout board to an Arduino. All you need to do is make these connections:G connects to GROUNDV connects to 5VRP…Continue
Started by Geoffrey L. Barrows in ArduEye Rocket system for Stonyman/Hawksbill chips. Last reply by lucas johnson Jul 24.
Sometimes, experimentation provides a lot of good answers.After reading the data sheet for the Stonyman imaging chip, I set out to operate one using a PIC 18F2550 microcontroller. I developed a…Continue
My project is the identification of animal species, with particular emphasis on black-backed jackal and caracal, with small portable units, similar to trail cameras, but with indentifying processing.
Maximum distance of 10 m would be nice.
I realise that Centeye concentrates on optical flow.
The biggest resolution Centeye sensors appear to be the Firefly 480x256.
Would the Firefly chip be available…
Posted by Johan Smit on March 4, 2014 at 7:59am
I am looking for a low cost module to detect fill levels in silos. Red lasers seems to be the best/cheapest solution. (You can buy red laser distance meters at 50 - 100,-USD).
I need a good module for this ... anybody knows where to get it?
Hi guys, I am new in this forum. Does anybody have any IT related project that one could do for University
final year project? I am thinking of automated registry system that will take in photo image directly from the
camera ,process it with arduino or Pi then send it to my database. If the photo Image is the same in the database, the person will be marked present else, the person will be marked absent. This is an idea but I do
not know where to start and what I…Continue
Posted by Benson on July 27, 2013 at 5:02am
Experiments with using an Omron sensor to add to existing project to increase functionality.
Look at the 4x4 grids and see how eye left/right, up/down, closed/open changes the thermal value in track able amounts.
Next we will try and integrate data output with stonyman data…Continue
Posted by Clinton McKinnon on June 19, 2013 at 8:50pm
I finally got a good LED strip to place behind the cameras, 300ma at 3.5volts. Makes a lot of difference in the calibration.
I am just playing with simple-solutions to 3D right now. It really is intriguing trying to figure out a non-moving picture way of getting 3D distances. It is really easy with a single item like a pencil on a plain background. But that's cheating. My attempt at subracting the left and right eye, then showing only the pixels with the same +/-3 of 16 brightness…Continue
SO>>> the LCD screen is 160x128, so some of it is not used. Movie updates are about 8 per second.. only EYE number 1 is shown. The text is my diagnostic readout.
The actual pixels are read using the amplifier on the Stonyman at max gain. The PHI times are 1us high/2.5us low (before A/D). The…Continue
We have updated the Stonyman data sheet to include software exemples (in Pseudocode). Version 1.0 is here: Stonyman_Hawksbill_ChipInstructions_Rev10_20130312.pdf
Posted by Geoffrey L. Barrows on March 12, 2013 at 11:57am
We have a small batch of ArduEye Aphids that are now available for serious beta users. An Aphid is essentially a clone of an Arduino Pro Mini but with a Stonyman vision chip and an external 12-bit 100ksps ADC added. For more details and for ordering, please visit the…Continue
Posted by Geoffrey L. Barrows on March 6, 2013 at 9:30am
Eager to make a little foray into the "Internet of Things", I decided to experiment with the use of an ArduEye as an "Eye for the IoT". My house is on a fairly busy street, of which I have a good vantage point from my attic home office. A car traffic counter seemed like a good choice…Continue
Track, store & drive two motors in x & y plane untill the real time image on vision chip is tightly aligned with preset neutrl position. Can anyone help me build this unit?
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