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I'm looking to build an open-source Automated Optical Inspection(AOI). That means the source code, hardware, and documentation would be released(GPL/LPGL).
You aren't sure what an AOI is? Then take a look at https://hackaday.com/2016/06/29/tools-of-the-trade-inspection/(this was my source of inspiration for the project).
Now, my target user would be hobbyists, technicians, or engineers working independently or for small firms. I would appreciate it if you could take the time to answer my questions. Hopefully, with your answers, I can narrow down the scope of my project. If I'm lucky I can convince my professors to approve this as a valid school project.
Onto the questions:
1.Have you ever considered an AOI in the past?
1.1 If so, what were some factors that made you decide to go with the model you purchased?
1.2 What did you like or didn't like in the AOI you've worked with
2. What features would you like to see in an AOI?
3. What would you expect from an open-source AOI(i.e: features, speed, responsiveness)?
4. How important is the GUI and its responsiveness(in the context of an AOI)?
5. Would you prefer a desktop app or a web app?
Are you sure? yes | no
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