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==Steps==
 
==Steps==
 
* Create Minimal Linux Image that can run OpenCV and run the display
 
* Create Minimal Linux Image that can run OpenCV and run the display
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* Determine hardware needed for the project
 
* Work on getting a camera functioning on the beagle board
 
* Work on getting a camera functioning on the beagle board
 
* OpenCV running nativly on beagle with min config
 
* OpenCV running nativly on beagle with min config

Revision as of 00:51, 25 March 2010

Project Overview

The goal of this project is to use the beagle board to run image recognition on a camera feed located inside a car, and then signaling to the driver via a pico projector various objects of interest.

Team Members

Chris Routh

J. Cody Collins

Greg Jackson

Keqiong Xin

Steps

  • Create Minimal Linux Image that can run OpenCV and run the display
  • Determine hardware needed for the project
  • Work on getting a camera functioning on the beagle board
  • OpenCV running nativly on beagle with min config
  • OpenCV working on video stream
  • Projector working on Beagle
  • Car integration (power)
  • Algorithm development