Community Core Vision 1.5
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Latest commit 9b18231 Oct 20, 2014 Christian Moore Update README.md

README.md

Overview

Community Core Vision (CCV for short) is an open-source/cross-platform solution for computer vision and machine sensing, specifically blob tracking.

View videos and learn more at: http://ccv.nuigroup.com

It takes an video input stream and outputs tracking data (e.g. coordinates and blob size) and events (e.g. finger down, moved and released) that are used in building NUI-aware applications. CCV can interface with various web cameras and video devices as well as connect to various TUIO/OSC/XML enabled applications and supports many multi-touch lighting techniques including: FTIR, DI, DSI, and LLP with expansion planned for the future vision applications (custom modules/filters) in CCV 2.0.

Compiling instructions

This page aims to provide more information about the compiling procedures for the Community Core Vision.

Windows - Microsoft Visual Studio 2008

Compiling Instructions

  1. Open the VS 2008
  2. File -> Open -> Project/Solution
  3. Then , go to : "apps\addonsExamples\VS2008"
  4. You may choose to open the project : "Community Core Vision.vcproj" or the "Community Core Vision.sln"
  5. Press F7 or click Build-> Build Solution or Build -> Build Community Core Vision
  6. You may press the green arrow besides "Release/Debug" to Run , or press F5

Known Issues

Error Message : fatal error C1900: Il mismatch between 'P1' version '20080116' and 'P2' version '20070207' LINK : fatal error LNK1257: code generation failed Solution: *Install the Service Pack 1 for Visual Studio 2008

Ubuntu (32-bit) - Codeblocks

Compiling Instructions

  • In the scripts folder, run the "install_codeblocks.sh"
  • Run the "install_dependencies.sh" script
  • Open Codeblocks, and you can find the project in "Linux/apps/addonsExamples/Codeblocks_8_linux/"
  • Named as "Community Core Vision.cbp"
  • Then Build and run :)

Known Issues

libfmodex.so Error Solution: Rename libfmodex-4.22.00.so to libfmodex.so, or make a symlink between both: ln -s libfmodex-4.22.00.so libfmodex.so

Ubuntu (64-bit) - Codeblocks

Known Issues

libfmodex.so Error Solution: enter the libs directory and make the following symlink: ln -s libfmodex64.so.4.10.03 libfmodex.so