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Re: JeVois Smart Machine Vision

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Originally Posted by Bonestoo View Post
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I just bought one of these cameras to play with over winter break and I'm excited to bumble my way through setting it up and getting it to work but I have a question. I see a few times that it's brought up to use GRIP to find settings to then send to the JeVois, but isn't what makes the JeVois special and not like every other USB camera that it doesn't need GRIP to be used? That it basically has it's own version of GRIP built in that you can edit with the GUI editor that they provide?
Hi Eric,
Let me see if I can give you the Readers Digest explanation. I am not, nor ever have been, a GRIP user, so if I misspeak, I hope others will correct me.

GRIP is a graphical tool to create a vision processing workflow without the need to actually write the code.
Grip uses OpenCV to do the actual vision processing, but this is transparent to the user.
GRIP can generate the code so it can be exported and used elsewhere, and this is how it can be used with JeVois.
JeVois supports OpenCV, but not GRIP. So, you use GRIP to generate the OpenCV code then copy that into JeVois.

Anand has written an excellent guide on this process, it is linked below.

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When I used GRIP, I used the "Generate Code" feature that I pasted into a JeVois program. I have a guide here: https://github.com/asid61/JeVois-For-FRC
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