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Project Cyclops (OpenCV object tracking robot)

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Uploaded on May 24, 2011

Project Cyclops: Auto targeting robot
UC Berkeley Spring 2010
ME 102B: Mechatronic Design
Arafat Amin: ME
Ben Chu: EECS and ME
Mark Martinez, ME
Mikhail Podust, EECS and ME
Stephen Tu, CS and ME

The 2-axis robot can track arbitrary targets. The images captured from a webcam mounted on the turret is processed with OpenCV. When the object is within a distance threshold, a laser is fired.

The robot can track both colors and faces. The facial recognition software was implemented using a hybrid of the Haar Classifier and the Camshift algorithm. The user is able to remotely select the desired target in real-time through interacting with an intuitive Django web server.

http://www.ocf.berkeley.edu/~benchu/

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