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embedded IR vision using current die structure
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In our experiments with eyeballtracking we did some pc based experiements altering a off the shelf ps3 camera to specific instructions.  The  stonyman set up for tracking eyeballs turned out to be…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Clinton McKinnon Apr 17, 2013.

mega board not displaying on gui
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 Just got our mega board today installed the sheild which was working on the uno but the gui won't pick up the image but does all the serial commands.Board is tracking both axis so it does pick up…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Geoffrey L. Barrows Jan 18, 2013.

eyeball tracking with ardueye
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Hellowe've been playing with an Adrueye for the last week to see if we can track my eyeball as we need to come up with a solution so that my wife gets a break from typing for me.  we can program with…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Geoffrey L. Barrows Nov 28, 2012.

 

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vision hardware, image processing, airborne robotics

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4 x 4 thermal pixel sensor to add to stonyman eye tracking system

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…

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Posted on June 19, 2013 at 8:50pm

eye tracking experiment

Due to my need to develop some form of eyegaze mouse we have been (wife & I) using ardueye as an embedded first stage.  Here is where we have got so far.

1) Hooked up camera at close to correct focal lenght to eye

2) Established that the eye will track left and right and display in some form that we can use.

3) Worked out the drift in the system focusing on the eyeball (similar to a gyro drift).

We have success in the above three.…

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Posted on December 3, 2012 at 6:11pm — 22 Comments

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