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  • Free Software in Vision

    My research area at school is distributed smart cameras, a field which is primarily rooted in computer vision. Despite having access to a range of expensive proprietary software libraries by virtue of having purchased the equipment, most of my computer vision work uses a stack of free software running on Gentoo Linux. For interfacing to […]

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    Mar 12th, 2009 | Filed under Uncategorized
  • March to a Different Beat

    Crystal bought me this USB Drum Kit for my birthday back in November. If you followed the link, you may have noticed this: Includes custom software (Windows only). Naturally, I want this thing to be sitting on my desk, ready to crank out a beat at all times. And naturally, the computer that’s sitting on […]

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    Mar 7th, 2009 | Filed under Uncategorized
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  • OpenCV Progress

    Things are going well after the first week working with OpenCV. I have no proper complaints about the library, but I still have that uneasy feeling one gets when using something so high-level. It is particularly acute in this case, as computer vision problems are notoriously ill-posed and, having researched many of them heavily, I […]

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    Dec 16th, 2008 | Filed under Uncategorized
  • OpenCV, Day One

    I’ve been building on my research lab’s computer vision codebase for a couple years now, slowly adding functionality as it’s needed to get some experiment or other done. It’s built on National Instruments’ LabWindows/CVI IDE, along with their image acquisition and low-level CV stuff, so it’s strictly Windows-based and the code is basically useless in […]

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    Dec 10th, 2008 | Filed under Uncategorized
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