Image Acquisition CandyCounter Matlab script

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  • Platform: Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
  • Language: Matlab
  • Company: Daniel S. Lee (View more)

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Image Acquisition CandyCounter - Application to count candies and categorize them based on color. CandyCount is an image acquisition and processing application for counting M&M candies (or other uniformly-sized round objects) and categorizing them based on color.CandyCount can use any video source supported by the Image Acquisition Toolbox. CandyCount requires that you also install the IMAQGUI tool, also available on MATLAB Central, so that you can select and configure your video source.If you don't have a video source, IMAQGUI, or the Image Acquisition Toolbox installed, CandyCount will use a saved image instead of live data. That, in my humble opinion, is a pretty boring way to go. I highly recommend you buy the Image Acquisition Toolbox if you haven't already; it makes a great gift for any occasion. Regardless of whether you have the Image Acquisition Toolbox installed, you definitely need to have Image Processing Toolbox version 4 or later installed because this application uses the new L*A*B color space functionality in Image Processing Toolbox 4.The application comes packaged as a zip file. To install it:1. Quit out of any open MATLAB sessions.2. Unzip the files into a new directory. I suggest somewhere like:C:MATLAB6p5workImaqDemosCandyCount. 3. Start MATLAB.4. At the command prompt, change directories to where you installed the demo files.5. Type add2path to add the directory to the MATLAB path.(optional)6. Run the CandyCount application by typing candycount at the command line.Help is available within the application on the menu bar. This application is highly sensitive to variations in lighting and camera settings. The Help provides hints for getting accurate results. Requirements: · MATLAB Release: R13 · Image Acquisition Toolbox · Image Processing Toolbox
Image Acquisition CandyCounter is a Matlab script for Test and Measurement scripts design by Daniel S. Lee. It runs on following operating system: Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris.

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