Car Speed Detection - carspeed.py (version 2.0)
Full program details at: https://gregtinkers.wordpress.com/2016/03/25/car-speed-detector/
This program for the Raspberry Pi determines the speed of cars moving through the Picamera's field of view. An image of the car and labeled with its speed is saved.
- Raspberry Pi 2 Model B (or 3)
Install OpenCV 3 and Python 3 on the Pi.
Copy carspeed.py into the same directory as your home directory.
Point the Picamera at the road. Before you run carspeed.py, modify the constant DISTANCE to the distance from the front of the Picamera lens to the middle of the road. You may also need to adjust the vflip and hflip to match you camera's orientation.
Run from a terminal with: python carspeed.py
Use a mouse to draw a rectangle around the area you wish to monitor. I recommend a height just sufficient to capture the whole car and a width about one half the frame, centered. Press 'c' and the program will begin monitoring the road.
As cars pass through the monitored area, an image will be written to disk with the speed.
Exit the program with a press of the 'q' key.
(The MIT License)
Copyright (c) 2016 Greg Barbu
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