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Using python code generated by GRIP

My team has figured out how to set up cameras and do some simple image processing (drawing rectangles on the screen). We've also checked out GRIP and built an algorithm to recognize the edges of objects, and publish a report to a network table.

Our question is as to how do we actually implement the python code generated by grip. If I'm correct, I believe we need to use a co-processor; however, I'm not sure how to get started.

Has anybody else been successful with this?
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