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An automated ball catcher made out of LEGO NXT and programmed in MATLAB
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Autonomous Ball Catcher by Alex Baucom baucomrobotics.com This is the code for a project I did where I used MATLAB to track a ball in the air and catch it with a small cart See my website baucomrobotics.com for more details on the project itself. Directory structure: CameraCalibraionImgs - exactly what it sounds like - the images I used to calibrate my camera, probably not useful for you, but they were in the git folder so I just committed them anyways data - random .mat data files I used for saving useful information like calibration parameters and such testing - various test scripts I used to try out new features util - useful scripts that I acually used in my project Files TrackBall.m - the main file that runs everything calibrate2.m - a calibration file for determing the extrinsic parameters of my camera init.m - all of the initialization and parameters in one file CleanUp.m - Script to release the camera object and other image anlysis objects as well as close communication with NXT