The Laser Object Tracker, LoT #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi


From Tom-DF on GitHub:

Welcome to the official repository dedicated to the LoT Project. This project is distributed under the GNU General Public License v2 or later.

LoT is an embedded system designed to automatically detect, track and point a ball using a Raspberry Pi camera and servomotors.

Please, don’t forget to check the wiki (link on the left –>)

It was created for ARM architecture processors such as the Cortex A7, and it is written in the C++ language.

Two librairies are used:

OpenCV (http://opencv.org/)
RaspiCam (https://github.com/cedricve/raspicam)
They are open source.

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