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Camara Arduino Programa

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Incredible but true, I managed to acquire images from an analog camera using an Arduino!!!! I had the inestimable help of Mike from Nootropic Design, who helped me modifying hardware and software from the video experimenter shield.

If you are interested (I bet you are) you will get the chance of doing it yourself because I am giving all the code so that you can do that at home (at your lab or for your favorite robot!!).
Feel free to skip the sections you want to skip, but I though a little bit of background is important for the whole understanding of the project.
This project is based on the video experimenter shield by nootropic design. The idea behind this project is to be able to capture images from an Analog Video source and send them to a computer.
- Memory limitation on the Arduino
- Dynamically changing the threshold on the board.
- The bit depth is adjustable. BUT THERE IS A TRADEOFF... the higher the bit depth the longer it takes to take an image.
- The code provided acquires images of 3 bits depth (8 levels). Getting more levels is pretty straighforward.
- The code is provided as is, you can use it as long as you quote me on your sources/publications. You can also contact MoviMED to get my 'professional' services (not for free).
- For the time being the PC side is coded in LabVIEW (easiest option I had available). A Processing code is on the way.
The idea behind this project was to modify the assembly code provided by Nootropic Design to
- Dynamically change the threshold so that different thresholds give different images that can be reassembled back in the computer. That is because the arduino does not have memory enough to store more than one thresholded image.
- Initially the idea was to software control the threshold but the wise advise from Mike led me to use an external DAC (resistor ladder)to externally force thresholds.

- Wait for a serial character to trigger the acquisition
- Acquire that image
- Re set the threshold for another level and iterate
- Once all levels have been acquired (8 in the example) idle

- Sends a character
- Reconstructs the image

The images
Here are some images of the MoviMED crew (me, John, Jesi and Dave) so that you can see the kind of resolution and bit depth images you can achieve. See below

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What do you need?
- Arduino - I used the uno, it should work on the diecimila but my diecimila does not like it. My board is old (2006) though. Might try it though. It will not work on the Mega, see why.
- Video Experimenter Shield - I do not work for Nootropic Design but I recommend you buying this because it will open up lots of possibilities for your Arduino projects!!!
- 1% Resistors - Yes 1% is important. I used 95.38K resistors but any value should do. It is relevant that they are acurate for the kind of conversion needed.
- A potentiometer - The value should be in the ballpark of the resistors mentioned above.
Hardware Rig
Here is a picture of the eagle schematic of what you need to assemble on top of the video experimenter shield

You can also download this image and the eagle schematic from this link. See comments on the file behind the link below.
Arduino Code and LabVIEW counterpart
Find all the code you need to run this in the same link as before. Some comments on that though

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LabVIEW front panel of the image acquisition

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LabVIEW code

- The code is provided as is. No guarantees and I will not support it, but I can provably give you some guidelines.
- Performance - It takes about 1 second to acquire an image, so 8 level images take about 8 seconds. I can get it better by packing more info per serial packet (I am only sending a bit per byte). I will do that when I get some extra time. So far I wanted to prove the concept.
- I am planning to code the same thing in Processing. I do not program in processing but I know several other languages so I guess it is not going to take long.
- The LabVIEW code requires LabVIEW 2009 and NI Vision.
- Thanks Mike for your help!!!
Where to go from here

Personally I am going to work on the processing side of things so that this code is useful for the none labview guys too.
Adding more levels should be straight forward. But keep in mind, more levels, more time to acquire an image. If you move while acquiring you might get funny pics.
Great projects from here (I am already planning to do them, I will post the results here, let me know if you get there before I do).
- Store your images in a flash chip (from microchip for instance).
- Do image processing, such as filters, line profiles, edge detection, etc with multi level images
- Make your little pan and tild track an object based on vision.
- Get a Maple from LeafLabs to acquire a multilevel image (major project).

-Thanks to Mike from Nootropic Design for the help on the technical side of things

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-Thanks to MoviMED, I used the cameras from work to test this code out. Check out our website and consider our AF-150x for your next RIO project!!! Consider us for any Machine Vision project!!

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