An iPad application that counts your Lego bricks and tells you what to build.
By Anson Jablinski. Created for the University of Houston's 2014 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship project, and developed under the supervision of Ioannis Kakadiaris and the UH Computational Biomedicine Laboratory.
The OpenCV framework for iOS (not included) is required to build Brickspace. OpenCV is used to detect bricks in the captured image and estimate their color.
If you'd just like to run Brickspace, the app is available as a free download from the iOS App Store.
Detailed information about the app is available at the project website.
There also exists a research version of the application. This version optionally uses the Structure Sensor by Occipital to estimate the size of bricks. I've removed this feature from the public App Store version of Brickspace, but I encourage you to read more about how it worked if you're interested.