To proove that I can be cheaper....
This system has been created to provide a simple, easy to learn, measurement system for microscopes.
Currently it runs with a Canon DSLR as an input device, but can be easily adapted to other systems. (Next is libgphoto, and webcams)
(Small update: now works with the camera system we have at work)
This system is not aviable in public, if you have interrest in it, don't hesitate to contact me.
Flickering in capture mode is not as drastical when the screen recording software is off, and it will be an easy fix in the next version
(UPDATE; flickering has been eliminated)
I did the video with the google text to speach api, since my presentation skills are horrible, sorry for that
mitata is finish to measure btw.
Not shown in the video, but I've added two essential functions to the calibration process to make it even more foolproof:
- I've added a simple password check to ensure that non authorised cannot recalibrate the system.
- Also it now checks if the image resolution is the same as the one wich is used for calibration.
Also the preview resolution can now be selected in the capture mode (capturing will be in the highest resolution possible), for better performance.
And last but not least since the images are internally stored in 32bit and therefore allows non destructive editing,
I added a dialog where you can edit the multiply / brightness contrast etc. values after capturing