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StereoVision Distance Measuring

The system will use two cameras to track an object and provide a distance to the object of interest.

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The project will use a Xilinx Zynq SoC and OV2640 cameras to track an object on interest and return the distance to the object. The user interface will be controlled over a web server generated by the linux running on the the Zynq. The object tracking and distance measurement will be accomplished with OpenCV and VHDL running on the Zynq. The image capturing will be done with VHDL on the FPGA and then the linux OS will have access to the camera feed.

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paulydavis wrote 03/25/2017 at 02:13 point

What is the status of this?

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Adam Vadala-Roth wrote 01/29/2017 at 00:26 point

Cool project!! Might want to work to together at some point because I'm rolling my own hardware camer, Zynq + camera all integrated into a single PCB. 

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daniyalrahat wrote 01/28/2017 at 08:09 point

nyc wanna know the code if possible iam doing the same project ...

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Rendres wrote 01/24/2017 at 07:41 point

Awesome project! did you put it on github? I'm doing a similar project with stereo vision, FPGAs and OV2640 and I need some guidance...

Thanks!

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esysdesigner wrote 12/08/2016 at 16:06 point

interesting, i has some zynq core modul very small size ( 30*50mm) ready run linux if you want used to test in your sýtem, i will sent you 2 modul with no cost! 

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damchanhung wrote 12/02/2016 at 02:44 point

What's the part number for the camera FMC card?

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Antti Lukats wrote 04/17/2016 at 14:52 point

code is gonna be open source?

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Adam wrote 04/21/2016 at 23:04 point

Yes, I'm currently working on documenting it and putting it up on github.

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Jeremiah Johnson wrote 11/06/2016 at 14:16 point

Excellent. I'm doing some CV work that would be better (and more quickly) done with an FPGA. Please update this project when you release.

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haiyshang wrote 04/17/2016 at 14:09 point

interesting

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Adam wrote 04/21/2016 at 23:04 point

Thanks

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