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In the frame of multiple systems biological projects funded by the German Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF: MEDSYS, FORSYS, Virtual Liver, GerontoSys) the Hamamatsu TIGA (Tissue Imaging and Analysis) Center of the University Hospital Heidelberg
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Video tutorial about Image processing laboratory project! You can download the entire project at: www.mathworks.com
The video is based on 3 toolboxes of MATLAB: 1.Data acquisition toolbox 2.Image acquisition toolbox 3.Image processing toolbox with the help of these 3 toolboxes we have developed a project which tracks and hits a coloured ball as entered by user......
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In electrical engineering and computer science, image processing is any form of signal processing for which the input is an image, such as a photograph or video frame; the output of image processing may be either an image or, a set of characteristics or parameters related to the image. Most image-processing techniques involve treating the image as a two-dimensional signal and applying standard signal-processing techniques to it. Image processing usually refers to digital image processing, but optical and analog image processing also are possible. This article is about general techniques that apply to all of them. The acquisition of images (producing the input image in the first place) is referred to as imaging. Euclidean geometry transformations such as enlargement, reduction, and rotation Color corrections such as brightness and contrast adjustments, color mapping, color balancing, quantization, or color translation to a different color space Digital compositing or optical compositing (combination of two or more images), which is used in film-making to make a "matte" Interpolation, demosaicing, and recovery of a full image from a raw image format using a Bayer filter pattern Image registration, the alignment of two or more images Image differencing and morphing Image recognition, for example, may extract the text from the image using optical character recognition or checkbox and bubble values using optical mark recognition Image segmentation High dynamic range imaging by ...
Summer Projects 2010
Summer Projects 2010
The Imaging Development Kit (IDK) is a powerful, low-cost prototype system for design of imaging applications. The kit is based on the Altera Cyclone III family of FPGAs, and is enabled with a close link between integrated USB interfaces and PC based software. The kit includes FPGA and Image sensor hardware, USB communications, embedded firmware, PC image capture and analysis software, and design examples with documentation -- everything you might need to get a project started immediately. The IDK is ideally suited for design projects that may require analysis of images, image sensor validation, image and color processing algorithm development, and test or prototype systems. Out of the box, the system comes with an application that is fully USB enabled. All development, programming, and operation (including image capture) can be done via the same simple USB interface. Software and examples are included. www.VisionMOS.com
Since 2006, Brian B. Quinn has been finding ways to use geospatial data to define mirror world content in simulators accessed by Linden Lab type viewers. To date, he has recognized three levels of detail in mirror world builds based on real-world map data. Brian was trained as an exploration geophysicist, but to remain in the San Francisco Bay Area, he turned away from both academic and petroleum pursuits to work for a leading architecture, engineering, and construction firm. While there, Brian applied digital signal and image processing techniques to satellite and other remotely-sensed imagery. He also was trained to apply GIS to engineering and environmental projects.
Este Vídeo foi concebido para a exposição artística multidisciplinar da Audiência Zero, presente no Espaço do Tempo (Montemor-o-Novo) no período entre 01 e 07 de Março e 14 e 23 de Junho de 2010. O projecto chameleon mixer consiste na criação do hardware e software para uma mesa de efeitos digitais em tempo real. Foi inspirada no camaleão e pretende dar uma visão diferente do que assumimos como real. Recebe informação dos seus sensores e aplica efeitos que vão repercutir-se na imagem final. A mesa de efeitos é controlada pelo utilizador através de potenciometros ou sensores digitais de forma a poder controlar mais facilmente e autonomamente os efeitos. O hardware tem como microcontrolador o arduino e é utilizado o processing para a comunicação entre o microcontrolador eo software da chameleon mixer. O software é desenvolvido com o OpenFrameworks (linguagem C++) onde é feito o processamento de imagem em tempo real e aplicados os efeitos. This video was designed for multi-disciplinary art exhibition of Audiência Zero, present in the Espaco do Tempo (Montemor-o-Novo) in the period between January and March 7 and 14 and June 23 of 2010. Chameleon Mixer projects consists on creation of software and hardware for a real time digital video mixer. It is inspired on chameleon and it aims to give us a different sight of the one we assume as real. The chameleon mixer receives information through its sensors and adds effects to the final image. The mixer is controlled by the user ...
Computer Vision - Object Tracking with the Open CV library. This is a simple demonstration of ball tracking, which later on will used by a robot. The pant-tilt-zoom camera of the robot will follow the ball, and if the ball is thrown, the robot will move and fetch the ball. Similar projects:: www.lirtex.com Source-code and more information www.lirtex.com
"Most people have no idea what a tremendous impact radiology and telemedicine has on poor and remote regions of the world," said Rebecca Cornelius, MD, professor of radiology, neuroradiology, department of radiology, University Hospital, University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine. Cornelius was one of the physicians on the panel and video presentation "Zero Footprint Radiology and Telemedicine Build a Platform for Sustainable Care." Imaging Technology News presented the panel at the SIIM 2010 Annual Meeting June 4 in Minneapolis. The panelists how physicians based in the United States used teleradiology and telemedicine technology to treat patients located in a remote clinic in Honduras. The panelists made the case that this technology suite is the basis for sustainable health care outreach programs in the future. The panel then showed a video illustrating how physicians and technicians equipped The Roy and Melanie Sanders Frontera Medical Center in Honduras with the digital imaging and informatics infrastructure. Several providers donated the suite of imaging technology. The equipment included a telemedicine system and ultrasound probe from Global Media, VirtualPACS, a Web-based picture archiving and communication system (PACS) from MedWeb, MinXray provided a portable digital X-ray system and iCRco supplied the computed radiography (CR) unit. In the video, Dr. Juan Vasquez gives a live demonstration of how the imaging suite quickly and seamlessly operates. Vasquez ...
One of the projects being undertaken at the
This simulation attempted to find the critical size of cobbles to overload the actuators. The yellow "warning signal" is now on most of the time. Looking at the picture-in-picture (view from the top of the stable platform) we can see some wobbles as the actuators lag behind their correct positions. The actuators simulated are real products with a max travel of around 6" and max speed of 2" per sec. The full force/speed profile from the unit is simulated here.
SMARTY is a vision based autonomous mobile robot. It uses bluetooth to communicate with the base station where all the image processing takes place using Matlab image processing toolbox. It uses adaptive proportional control to zero in on the target. This was completed as a class project for Mechatronics at University at Buffalo under Dr. Krovi by Priyanshu Agarwal, Ravikiran Chollangi, Jason Lieu and Dipen Dave
A MATLAB project for processing images.
Project presentation of the System Architecture module in the minor course Ambient Intelligence at the Fontys University of Applied Sciences in Venlo.
UC Berkeley ME 102B Spring 2010 A 2-axis turret is built to fire a laser at arbitrary colors. Image processing is done on the images from webcam mounted on the turret with OpenCV running on a laptop. The centroid of object is calculated and the distance from the center of the image is sent to the microcontroller, which runs a PID control algorithm to control the speed and direction of the 2 motors. The user is able to change the desired target in real-time. The turret is also capable of tracking faces using a hybrid of the Haar Classifier and Camshift algorithms. A Django web server allows a user to select a target remotely.
Testing of a Digital Image Processing project - for developing a real time device- to guide the visually impaired developed by students of NUCES FAST ISLAMABAD
This video is based on my final year project. The project topic was "A Telepresence framework for mobile phones and facilitate participants to collaborate in a distance operation" Other Projects: www.youtube.com www.youtube.com
This is a demo of one of the course projects I did. It is an image manipulation tool using hand gestures. Based on the gesture that the user performs, the image is manipulated in a particular way.
demonstrations.wolfram.com The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. This Demonstration shows that performing image processing with Mathematica is not just easy, but extremely useful. In this case, we analyze the microstructure of two methallographic samples of hypoeutectoid steel, extracting the percentage of pearlite v... Contributed by: Jorge Garcia Tiscar
Discuss this video with our community at www.xcore.com Our second video based around the XMP-64 shows how Jamie Hanlon, a student undertaking a research project at University has developed programs to help him write test software to explore chip to chip communication. Key points covered include chip latency, barrier synchronisations, and an example program to show how easy it is to program in a parallel nature utilising as many processors as you need using XMOS and the XC programming language. The XMP-64 consists of 16 quad core G-series XMOS chips (64 processors in total) arranged in a hypercube allowing for very fast communication of data between processors (1.6 billion bits per second can flow between hypercube edges). The XMP-64 can therefore execute 25 billion instructions per second. Some applications a device such as the XMP-64 could be used in include: Image processing, Audio processing, Synthesizing, Communications, Packet inspection etc. To find out more, please watch the video. What would you use an XMP-64 for? Discuss it with us on our community forums at www.xcore.com
Playlist:www.youtube.com In this image processing tutorial I have shown how I have designed the program in order to work smoothly. For understanding the whole project on image processing this video is very essential.
Screen video of object tracking project using image processing in Labview.
object recognizer interfacing project by the CPE fourth YEar students in Holy Name University. by GG RAM team namely (Amarish Duce, Glenn Rey Arcay, Milton Caga, Renwill Somontan and Gleyn Bojos)
The aim of computer generated graphics is to produce the most realistic computer generated image possible, from that of a real-time image. The more realistic the rendered image, the improved experience the audience will receive. Therefore, Intel is developing a rendering technique called ray tracing which generates photo-realistic images and animations by simulating the actual physics of light. With the development of Intels processors, ray tracing is becoming more widely recognised and these advances in technology will help bring the vast amounts of parallel processing needed for real-time ray tracing into the mainstream. Which will in turn enhance the consumers viewing experience with the leading Hollywood film studios and video games developers now looking to use this technique in their forth coming projects.
Project source code available here: www.diymaker.com This Robot using image processing to track RGB color object. Detect motion position with compare the value from user that made on joystick for sending command to control the robot via Zigbee device. On the Robot side using 3 AVR microcontrollers to receive command and controlling 2 axes by using PID algorithm to correct the positions of robot arm that mount with M4 Model Airsoft Gun. The microcontrollers also control movement of the robot track wheels gun fire command, On/Off laser sight, flashlight and swapping the video cameras.
Hello guys, This video is an attempt to make a computer mouse based on image processing which uses motion of head as it movement and voluntary closing of left or right eye as left click and right click. Thee first task in this project is to detect the location of face in the image using skin color. This video shows you the results of first attempt at the same. A red marker is shown on the face of head detected. This looks really slow right now because i have tried to create a video out of matlab using imshow in a loop and besides its being done on a laptop. Hope you like this video. For more read tutorial on www.embedautomation.com
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More and more communities are looking for better ways to manage their urban forests. Whether that means seeking more eco-friendly options, or supporting more local initiatives, or both, developing a program to reclaim community wood will assist in reaching those goals. Urbanwood isnt really much different from traditional wood. Its durable, beautiful and renewable. The only difference is that it doesnt come from typical forests or lumber yards. Rather, it grows in backyards, parks, and neighborhoods. hoffman_nnfp_20080730_5450 John "Sawmill John" Haling is an urban sawyer in Michigan. Photo by Peter Hoffman. Unfortunately, trees removed from our cities are often seen as waste, and generally end up in a chipper. Urbanwood programs seek to end this cycle, by working to save logs. This creates a wide variety of green products, conserves resources, and supports local jobs. Turning an urban tree into a finished product is labor-intensive, but well worth the effort. Hazardous trees are removed due to death, disease, or development. Quality logs are handpicked and set aside. Local mills process the logs one at a time to preserve each ones unique character. The lumber from this waste wood becomes beautiful furniture or flooring for your home. Furniture made from urban wood by designer Paul Hickman Furniture made from urban wood by designer Paul Hickman The US Commerce Department found that 73000 American furniture jobs were eliminated between 2000 and 2002. During the same period ...
FAU Spring 2004 Digital Image processing video. Class taken with Dr. Oge Marques
Przemyslaw Musialski, Peter Wonka, Meinrad Recheis, Stefan Maierhofer, Werner Purgathofer. In this paper we address the problem of removing unwanted image content in a single orthographic façade image. We exploit the regular structure present in building façades and introduce a diffusion process that is guided by the symmetry prevalent in the image. It removes larger unwanted image objects such as traffic lights, street signs, or cables as well as smaller noise, such as reflections in the windows. The output is intended as source for textures in urban reconstruction projects.
with an emphasis on studio / DAW / sequencing use. Update: I submitted a feature request to Ableton regarding LFOs & Sidechaining: forum.ableton.com Uses music from my two projects, Renzu and MMvsUSAF if you're wondering. seanny.net | http Also recommended are Tom Cosm's "quick tips" series www.youtube.com www.youtube.com
SMART MACHINE IS EGYPTIAN COMPANY WORK SINCE 2003 IN SMALL PROTOTYPE PROJECTS SMART ROBOT ARM WORK WITH PL C AND PNEUMATIC SYSTEM IN 3 AXIS X,Y,Z TO SORTING OBJECTS WITH DIFFERENT TYPE FROM COLORS AND "METAL OR NON METAL " AND HEIGHT THIS WAS THE FIRST ARM WITCH WORK WITH SENSORS THE SECOND ARM WORK WITH IMAGE PROCESSING THANK YOU FOR WATCHING FOR MORE INFO EMAIL ME on SMART_MACHINE2003@HOTMAIL.COM
The Multi-Touch Multi-User Interactive Surface Using Computer Vision started as a final year undergraduate project at Concordia University, Montreal Canada. The project won first place in the IEEE/Telus Innovation Awards 2009. This competition is annually organized by IEEE Canada and funded by Telus to recognize innovative student projects on a national level. The whole software running on the surface including the robust real-time image processing algorithms used for touch detection, the applications themselves, and the user interface API was solely developed and architected by Issa Fanek. To learn more about project and the idea, visit www.issafanek.com Copyright 2009 Issa Fanek. All Rights Reserved.
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