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== ucam 2-axis digital stage ==
== ucam 2-axis digital stage ==
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code to control two servos via an arduino to move a 2-axis microscope slide stage can be found on at http://github.com/100ideas/ucam.
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code to control two servos via an arduino to move a 2-axis microscope slide stage can be found at http://github.com/100ideas/ucam.
''last updated: 8 Feb 2009''
''last updated: 8 Feb 2009''

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ucam 2-axis digital stage

code to control two servos via an arduino to move a 2-axis microscope slide stage can be found at http://github.com/100ideas/ucam.

last updated: 8 Feb 2009

ucam blob detection

requirements

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code last updated: 13 Dec 2009

/**
 * Getting Started with Capture.
 * 
 * Reading and displaying an image from an attached Capture device. 
 */ 
 
import processing.video.*;
import blobDetection.*; 

Capture cam;
Capture isight;

BlobDetection theBlobDetection; 
PImage img; 
boolean newFrame=false; 

void setup() {
  size(640, 480);  // Change size to 320 x 240 if too slow at 640 x 480

  // If no device is specified, will just use the default.
  
  // To use another device (i.e. if the default device causes an error),  
  // list all available capture devices to the console to find your camera.
  String[] devices = Capture.list();
  println(devices);
  println(devices[7]);
  
  // Change devices[0] to the proper index for your camera.
  isight = new Capture(this, width, height, devices[7]); // isight identically named to ext. usb camera?
  cam = new Capture(this, width, height, devices[7]);
  isight = null; //get rid of isight object since we just use it to help select the external

  // Opens the settings page for this capture device.
  //camera.settings();
}


void captureEvent(Capture myCapture) {
  cam.read();
}

void draw() {
  image(cam, 0, 0);
}
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