Check out the downloads page for links to a CMUcam2 demo video as well as the new manual and graphical user interface.
The CMUcam2 is now available
for sale from our licensees and distributors:
Seattle Robotics (USA), Acroname (USA), and Lextronic (France).
CMUcam2 accessories are becoming available as well.
A CMUcam2 turret is now
available at The Robotics Connection.
The CMUcam2 has the following capabilities:
- Track user defined color blobs at up to 50 Frames Per Second
(frame rate depends on resolution and window size settings)
- Track motion using frame differencing at 26 Frames Per Second
- Find the centroid of any tracking data
- Gather mean color and variance data
- Gather a 28 bin histogram of each color channel
- Process Horizontally Edge Filtered Images
- Transfer a real-time binary bitmap of the tracked pixels in an image
- Arbitrary image windowing
- Image Down Sampling
- Adjust the camera's image properties
- Dump a raw image (single or multiple channels)
- Up to 176 x 255 Resolution
- Supports baudrates of: 115,200 57,600 38,400 19,200 9,600 4,800 2,400 1,200
- Control 5 servo outputs
- Slave parallel image processing mode off of a single camera bus
- Automatically use servos to do two axis color tracking
- B/W Analog video output (PAL or NTSC, depending on camera module used)
- Flexible output packet customization
- Power Down Mode
- Multiple pass image processing on a buffered image
- Works with the newer OV7620 camera module
- Yes, it is backward compatible with your current OV6620 camera module!
Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon
University was established in 1979
to conduct basic and applied research in robotic technologies.
It is part of the School of Computer Science.
This project was supported through the generosity of the NASA Ames
Intelligent Systems Program.
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