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« on: March 19, 2013, 09:42:36 AM »
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Re: Ap Proposal 2: Applications for Cameras and Inertial Sensors
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2013, 07:39:19 AM »
Great ideas for apps although the hardware could have been fixed already. Anyway, the left side is free and could be
a mounting point for another camera which is cheaper than a tri-sected one on the right side.
I want a ZOOM WINDOW in the view which should be done by software filtering and so on like the hubble, you know I mean,
it is a simple app to write a algorithm for a fixed non tracking window which does something like a MONOCULAR
 even without the hard lenses.
And what would be a hard module like the one above maybe as an addon for the left side is a nightvision or near infrared camera.
NV or IR would make more data in darkness / nighttime. Some driving safety advantages are serious with NV. Because there
going to be better smartphones as parallel processors feasible, I guess some kind of tracking the ball software is feasible, too.
So there is a stereovision feasible with two cameras then there could be an angular measurement of distance when there is
a accurate bearing. For accurate bearing you need GPS but when one stands the course jumps with the HDOP
(statistical distribution of positions) therefore it is said you are going to use an accelerometer leading to my question how exact
can you measure a bearing in standing position with that and how long? For a few feets or meters it is not that important
but google glass would be better to know the angular resolution (, some thing like root mean square of angular resolution)
for a further app like distance measuring (by stereo), overlay of data when the head turns.