Anonymous 10 years
Hi STeven,

Just another thing I noticed. In the .robo file attached I have the same green blob I am trying to deal with and I choose a black mask for this to help detect this blob.

However, I wanted to make this blob bigger, so I decided to use the Erode feature. When I do this, however, the sides of the screen start to erode too (see attached picture file)

Is this supposed to happen? Is there any way I could stop this from happening please?


Ian R :)

Anonymous 10 years

Try reversing the white and black (use the negative module) and then use dilation instead of erosion. Remember that RoboRealm sees white objects and wants a black background.


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