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Camera and WpiLib

is there any way to control camera through programming in wind drive using wpilib library, i mean, is there any function to get a picture of what the camera sees? if there is, i will glad to see how.
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Re: Camera and WpiLib

I suggest you look at some of the templates included with WindRiver.

They include saving images to the internal storage, and tracking several different color lights.
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Re: Camera and WpiLib

There is no good way at the moment other than to write your own program to do it (presumably a Labview dashboard app). I imagine that the host computer has the same access to the JPEG camera image that the Labview dashboard has, so it is only a matter of getting it and displaying it with a program or script. Maybe someday they will provide a stand-alone app to do it, much like the CMU cam had. Or.. someone here should make one in Labview to share!
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