[psas-software] [Slightly off topic] Lecture on OpenCV ComputerVision Library
Fri Feb 10 17:29:49 PST 2006
I'd love to go if I can get a ride (to-from PSU).
I've done a fair amount of image processing and pattern recognition in my
years at Etec, and I'd like to see today's state of the art.
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> ComputerVision Library
> Hi everyone,
> This is on a Wednesday evening, and I think it'd be interesting for
> us to go. Who knows, maybe one day we could use the onboard camera
> for an attitude sensor.
> >IEEE Oregon RAS (Robotics & Automation) Meeting Announcement
> >Date: Wednesday February 22nd, 2006
> >Time: 7-9 PM
> >Topic: Using the OpenCV Computer Vision Library
> > Advanced Workshop for the Mobile Robotics Software Challenge
> >Speaker: Samuel Siciliano
> > Logic Product Development
> >Cost: Free and open to the public.
> >Please register at: http://cpd.ogi.edu/class.asp?n=06-IEEE-0222
> >Location: Oregon Graduate Institute, Wilson Clark Center
> >Samuel Siciliano will discuss and demonstrate Interactive Space, a real-
> >computer vision application for automatically tracking moving humans with
> >spotlights that he developed for OMSI.
> >It makes use of the Intel OpenCV computer vision library to obtain
> >high-contrast trackable points and implement optical flow. Video capture
> >and image display are handled with Microsoft Direct Show and Direct X.
> >Sam will also discuss calibration schemes to correct for fish-eye camera
> >lens distortion and how the overall system works from a systems
> >Sam received his Bachelors Degree in Computer Engineering from Portland
> >State University in 2004 and currently works as an Embedded Systems
> >for Logic Product Development. Before joining Logic Product Development,
> >Sam was a software developer for the Oregon Museum of Science and
> >Directions to Oregon Graduate Institute (OGI):
> >The meeting will be held in the first floor lecture hall of the Wilson
> >Center on the campus of the Oregon Graduate Institute of Science and
> >Technology, 20000 NW Walker Rd., Beaverton, OR 97006 (503) 748-1121. See
> >http://www.ogi.edu/maps/ for a campus map.
> >To get to OGI (Oregon Graduate Institute), from Portland, take Highway 26
> >west, take Exit 64 (185th) and proceed south (left) on 185th. Continue on
> >185th to Walker Rd. Turn west (right) on Walker Rd. OGI is at the top of
> >hill on the left. Turn left onto Von Neumann Drive, parking is available
> >the lot. The Wilson Clark Center is opposite the parking area.
> >For further information please contact Nelson Bridwell at (503) 740-5102
> >Bridwell at MobileRobot.Org
> Andrew Greenberg - andrew at uad.com - 503.788.1343
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