I am proud to announce Team 3019’s Vision tracking in java!
I have found that the libraries from First are too unreliable or do not even work and have researched a solution to tracking a yellow tote with or without the retro-reflective tape with green led ring-light. The solution I created runs on the driver-station computer meaning it will not interfere with the RobotRio’s processing power but should take up more bandwidth.
I commented the code to describe my methodology and tried to make it as readable as possible. The program does not have a graphical user interface (gui) as it is the bare bones vision tracking without distance or any information based purely based on location of it relative to the point (0,0).
If you are going to use it all I ask is to give credit where credit is due.
Continuing in my eternal scrubiness, I got the library working fine, but I keep getting an error on
NATIVE_LIBRARY_NAME cannot be resolved or is not a field
Any ideas? All the imports are working, and code referencing objects/fields in the library aren’t throwing any errors.
I’d appreciate any help I could get.
At the moment we are trying to get our robot to center itself with the bin by rotating (later on by strafing as well). How might we go about getting the center of the bin from your program? First time trying to implement Vision and am having some troubles fully understanding.