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FreeFrame Plugins

Framebuffer 1.0 (dynamic background subtraction)
framebuf-dynamic-background-subtraction

tiki-download_file.php?fileId=747blacktrack0.2.zip (20.55 Kb)</a> beta version, more features to come
BlackTrack looks for the brightest and darkest pixel within a video image and outputs their coordinates. Only specified grid points are taken into account to have scalable performance/resolution.

future implementation:

  • video image mask to surpress certain areas
  • background subtraction
  • multiple points

Whats the point of this plugin? Well, i often use such low-level processing to track things. Take a videoinput, mask the nonsense, do background subtraction and track the rest. And all of this with little cpu consumption and quite reliable.

common application is headtracking with a ceiling cam.

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Shoutbox

~1d ago

id144: AIR OpenCall: Artists and researchers from DE, working with the issues connected with digital culture. http://www.kair.sk/open-call-for-german-artists-2/

~1d ago

velcrome: @mrboni check noodles pack

~2d ago

catweasel: bezier match not doing it for you? Or do you need GPU specifically?

~2d ago

mrboni: I meant a gpu version of B-Spline (3D Surface). I only found an approach using bicubic filtering on a texture (dx9 gpuparticles)

~2d ago

joreg: @mrboni that would be splinesgpu

~2d ago

microdee: @mrboni: ye olde GPU particles from DX9 times ;)

~2d ago

mrboni: is there some kind of gpu spline surface shader around?