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Revision as of 17:33, 20 May 2010
This project is part of the ECE597 32-bit Embedded Linux class at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, IN.
The goal of this project is to implement a simple game of "Pong" on the Beagle Board that allows a user to play the game by gesturing with their hands rather than using a mouse or keyboard.
Below is an estimated list of tasks to complete Task list will be updated as necessary
|Pong on the Beagle Board||Complete||Port a simple game of classic pong onto the Beagle Board with keyboard/mouse input|
|Webcam interface with the Beagle Board and OpenCV||Complete||Get the Beagle Board to recognize the webcam and perform basic functionalities from OpenCV (connect to camera, snapshot, etc.)|
|Refactor Pong||Complete||Refactor Pong to work with a different input (camera)|
|Track hands with camera and OpenCV||Complete||Track user's hands using OpenCV library functions on the Beagle Board|
|Interface tracking camera with pong||Complete||Join the tracking and game into one system such that users can play pong with their hands|