Discussion of VisionLab
|detect xy-position of points in a picture|
Can I use VisionLab to determine the xy-coordinates of good visible points (red points) on a surface of about 1m x1m ? Reference-points for x0, y0 and xmax, ymax could be positioned on the surface .
There is no movement but a desired accuracy of 1mm .
I never worked with picture recognition nor video capturing before - so I'm probably wrong here ?.
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I am not sure what you mean by this one. You can work with individual pixels in VisionLab. You can use the TVLGenericFilter for that. Please e-mail me at email@example.com for details if you have problems.
With best regards,
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