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{{Project
 
{{Project
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|Category=Security
 
|Category=Security
 
|Logo=Licht data average wiki.png
 
|Logo=Licht data average wiki.png
|Participants=Yvanj,
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|Locations=Den Bunker,
|Locations=Den Bunker,  
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|Short description=Space traveling
 
|Short description=Space traveling
 
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This is the project name for the [http://areweat.voidwarranties.be/ space open] link in the menu left.
 
This is the project name for the [http://areweat.voidwarranties.be/ space open] link in the menu left.
  
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The initial algo sucked, because it counted the amount of changed pixels in the pictures. A reasonable idea if you got a stable source of image data, but a camera combined with JPEG compression results in epic fail.
 
The initial algo sucked, because it counted the amount of changed pixels in the pictures. A reasonable idea if you got a stable source of image data, but a camera combined with JPEG compression results in epic fail.
  
I'm with you tap, tap, tap.I'm piatcicrng with my family:No, I don't want to make dinner tonight.No, I'm not sure when the laundry will get done.No, you can't "stamp pad" the cat.No, having sex won't work for me tonight.
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==Second algo==
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The second incarnation of the algo checks if an image is between certain boundaries. Those boundaries are generated from statitic calculations on the previous image data captured with the first algo.
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The following sets of boundaries are generated:
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* dark
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** average
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** minimum
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** maximum
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* light
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** average
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** minimum
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** maximum
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Here's a test run with a small amount of input data (100 frames containing dark data, 100 frames containing light) [http://dl.dropbox.com/u/15854305/image_files_final.zip download zipped BMP files].
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Currently I'm implementing the algo in the Web App, and it will be deployed soon to the server.

Latest revision as of 08:45, 23 August 2013


Apollo37
What:
Space traveling
Licht data average wiki.png
Category:
Security
Locations:
Den Bunker

This is the project name for the space open link in the menu left.

Contents

Summary

The meaning of the name should be clear, but for those who do not know that there was someone on the moon (you know, that giant light-emitting ball in the sky at night) once, they should consider leaving their basement once in fifty years.

Project progress

Initial algo

The initial algo sucked, because it counted the amount of changed pixels in the pictures. A reasonable idea if you got a stable source of image data, but a camera combined with JPEG compression results in epic fail.

Second algo

The second incarnation of the algo checks if an image is between certain boundaries. Those boundaries are generated from statitic calculations on the previous image data captured with the first algo.

The following sets of boundaries are generated:

Here's a test run with a small amount of input data (100 frames containing dark data, 100 frames containing light) download zipped BMP files.

Currently I'm implementing the algo in the Web App, and it will be deployed soon to the server.

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