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mamidipallikasi
07-15-2008, 03:05 PM
I am doing a flaw detector using image processing which captures the image of the object using webcam and compare it with the standard reference.I am also having a plan to implement it on a DSP. I want the system to be fully automated. I want to know whether OPEN CV or ROBOREALM suits my requirement. Also I would like to know whether any other platform is available.

a7400
07-16-2008, 01:12 PM
u can also use MATLAB for the purpose as well

qwerty
07-19-2008, 12:39 AM
I am doing a flaw detector using image processing which captures the image of the object using webcam and compare it with the standard reference.I am also having a plan to implement it on a DSP. I want the system to be fully automated. I want to know whether OPEN CV or ROBOREALM suits my requirement. Also I would like to know whether any other platform is available.

i think u should use open cv for this purpose
as it is easy to implement and it's just like coding in C :?:

maddy_nish
07-22-2008, 11:19 AM
Matlab gives maximum support for your purpose.. Its really easy to use too :o

samurai_01
07-23-2008, 09:08 PM
matlab is a cool solution to image processing problems.you may search www.triindia.co.in for tutorial in matlab and image processing

AdityaDate
12-30-2008, 06:59 PM
Hi friends,

Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur is organizing its Annual Inter Collegiate Techno-Management Festival, KSHITIJ’09 during January 29th-February 1st, 2009. It is the largest Techno-Management fest in Asia.

Video of KSHITIJ '08:-http://in.youtube.com/watch?v=LhDSaTIWHyY

As a part of KSHITIJ, we organize ROBOTIX, the annual robotics competition, which is now the largest of its kind in India.
With the statistics escalating every year, we witnessed a boom last year with more than 2500 participants, 1200 teams, 11 international teams and prizes worth over Rs 2 lakhs.

ROBOTIX extends its legendary story with yet more challenging and brain-storming problem statements this year!

ROBOTIX '09 PRESENTS:-

1)INDIAN DARPA RUN- 8 Mile (http://robotix.in/acc_8mile)
Build an autonomous bot that can navigate on a road, stop at zebra-crossings, and follow traffic lights to reach the end point. It is one of the few outdoor robotics event to be conducted in India.

2)ROBOTIC ANSWER TO 26/11- 12 DOORS DOWN (http://robotix.in/acc_12dd)
Build your own commando bot to rescue a trapped hostage in a maze with doors and walls. Your commando bot should guide the hostage bot to the exit point, via checkpoints by opening and closing doors for it. It's 26/11 all over again, except you and your bot are in charge.

3)TAKING ROBOTS TO NEW HEIGHTS, LITERALLY!- #mEsh (http://robotix.in/acc_manual2)
Build a manually controllable bot robot capable of climbing and descending a metallic mesh. Inclination of the mesh varies from 25 degrees to 90 degrees!. While descending it has to stop in the end box to complete the run.

4)MAKING ROBOTS DO A TARZAN!- wEDGED (http://robotix.in/acc_manual1)
Your robot has to climb up an inclined wedge and it has to check its skin from two pendulums which will be oscillating over the wedge. And now the most interesting part- It has to jump off the wedge with the help of a swing to land on a rectangular block and run quickly into its victory zone.
Isn’t it fun?

In addition, this year we are also hosting the Preliminary and National Level Round of the prestigious:

American Society of Mechanical Engineers Student Design Competition- MARS ROCKS! (http://robotix.in/acc_asme)

The task is to design and build a vehicle that will retrieve rocks and bring them to a designated spot. The vehicle must then return to its starting location, ready for another run. The vehicle must be capable of overcoming a barrier 9mm in height and surmounting obstacles in the course.
Points will be awarded based on the difficulty of retrieving the rock and the accuracy in placing the rock in the receiving area.

The winners of the National round will represent India at the international level.

chetanasystems
12-31-2008, 10:40 AM
hi testing for reply

crosstalk
01-16-2009, 02:16 PM
Ms paint :)