Vision Projects Using PS3 Eye

Dongho Kang

Summary

  1. Vision Project with PS3 EYE by Dongho Kang
  2. PS3 EYE Camera
    • Gaming webcam
    • Developed for PlayStation3.
    • No official driver for PC.
    • USB2.0
    • 80mm x 55mm x 65mm
    • High performance
    • 640×480 @ 60 Hz
    • 320×240 @ 120 Hz
  3. Why PS3 EYE?
    • Super cheap…
    • Only $25.
    • you should pay more than 10 times for same spec.
    • High performance
    • Support 60 Hz for 640 x 480 image.
    • Better lens & high shutter speed.
    • Even higher FPS with custom drivers.
    • Appropriate for Vision / Robot Projects.
  4. CL EYE Platform
    • CL EYE Platform Driver
    • Windows 7 / Vista / XP
    • Third-party commercial 
 (Code Laboratory)
    • Free for non-commercial usage
    • Only work with one camera.
    • CL EYE Platform SDK / Packs
    • C# / C++ / Flash / Java…
    • Support higher FPS.
    • Support multi cameras.
  5. Recall! – CL EYE Platform
    • CL EYE Driver is free but only works with one camera.
    • You should pay for… (SDK or Packs)
    • Commercial usage.
    • Developing SW using EYE camera.
    • Using multiple cameras.
    • Very limited (almost no) supports by Code Laboratory.
    • Why… they do not open their project?
  6. For Linux Users
  7. But failed with 640×480 @ 60 Hz in Linux!
  8. My Projects with PS3 EYE
  9. Moving Marker Detection
    • Project for mobile robot.
    • Need high performance.
 (moving blur!)
    • Detect marker’s orientation and position.
    • Using OpenCV libraries.
    • Forked open source project by Mr.Yang’s Blog – Open Robotics.
    • https://github.com/EastskyKang/ OpenCV-CPP-MarkerDetection
    • Windows / Linux
    • Very simple code!
  10. Future Works
    • Wireless system for vision projects.
    • Using Motion? (Linux Program for Video Streaming)
    • Requiring no loss and no delay.
    • 480p @ 60 Hz in Linux.
    • What is the problem?
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