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FreeFrame Plugins

Framebuffer 1.0 (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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~2d ago

joreg: @microdee: yep i think the site takes user submissions..

~2d ago

microdee: @joreg: it's missing FlareTic... ;)

~2d ago

joreg: @motzi yeah, welcome to my life..

~2d ago

motzi: @joreg: i'm tempted to look into PraxisLIVE :)

~2d ago

joreg: @u7: no worries, we'll still be here when you everyone comes back...

~2d ago

u7angel: @joreg, are u trying to get rid of the community ? :)

~2d ago

joreg: bored of #vvvv? try some alternatives: https://alternativeto.net/software/vvvv/

~4d ago

tonfilm: @beyon you can also use F# together with #vl, see: #fsharp #dotnet #visualprogramming https://github.com/vvvv/VL.DemoLib/tree/master/src/VL.FSharpDemoLib

~4d ago

beyon: tonfilm: Ok,currently using F# though but maybe I should look into sharpdx vs xenko math

~5d ago

tonfilm: @beyon #vl also fills these gaps with huge range of collision detection math from #sharpdx which is basically the same as #xenko's