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RGB Filter
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The RGB filter can be used to focus on pixels that are the most green, blue or red within the image. Instead of looking for a specific RGB value the RGB filter can even identify green objects in lower or brighter lighted areas. You can select as many colors as needed and track them simultaneously.
Image Thresholding
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If you prefer to manually decide on which colors you would like to eliminate you can use the Threshold module to do so. Using this module you can narrow your focus towards a very specific color.
Edge Detect 1 Convolution Filter
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The Convolution filter allows you to create a custom filter that can be applied to the image. Or you can select from a dropdown list of over 20 predefined convolution filters to experiment with.
Old Stone Convolution Filter
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Here is another Convolution filter screenshot of the 'Old Stone' filter. Notice the different matrix values than the "edge detect 1" filter above.
Write AVI Files
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The Write AVI module allows you to create an AVI file from the processed video stream. You can combine any number of filters before writing the final image to an AVI for later display.
Equalize Histogram
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The Equalize module provides you with a way to reduce lighting/intensity variations into the video processing pipeline.
Image Saturation
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You can also separate out the individual color components of the video stream. Here you can see the image with only its Saturation (Hue and Lightness removed). Lighter areas represent more saturation whilst darker areas are less saturated.
SSC Controler
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After processing images and reducing all those pixels to few values you can use the SSC module to translate those values into motor servo movements so you can change the real world based on what your machine can see!
Hough Transform
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Ended up with many dots but no actual connected shape? Then use the Hough transform to help identify lines in the image!
Pipe Program
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Need more customization for your particular task? Then have a look at RoboRealm Plugins to see what may suit your task.

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