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You will need a Raspberry pi 3 with python installed and Pi camera (Webcam works too). you also need to install OpenCV onto your Raspberry Pi. We can follow [http://www.pyimagesearch.com/2015/02/23/install-opencv-and-python-on-your-raspberry-pi-2-and-b/ instructions] to install OpenCV. If it is the first time to use pi camera, to be able to access the Raspberry pi camera with OpenCV and Python, we recommend to look at this [https://www.pyimagesearch.com/2015/03/30/accessing-the-raspberry-pi-camera-with-opencv-and-python/ instruction]. To interface with the Raspberry Pi camera module using Python, the basic idea is to install picamera module with NumPy array support since OpenCV represents images as NumPy arrays when using Python bindings.
  
 
== Process ==
 
== Process ==

Revision as of 12:23, 3 December 2018

Overview

This Tutorial will show how to make a line detection and find a center of line for a line following pi car.

Materials/Prerequisites

You will need a Raspberry pi 3 with python installed and Pi camera (Webcam works too). you also need to install OpenCV onto your Raspberry Pi. We can follow instructions to install OpenCV. If it is the first time to use pi camera, to be able to access the Raspberry pi camera with OpenCV and Python, we recommend to look at this instruction. To interface with the Raspberry Pi camera module using Python, the basic idea is to install picamera module with NumPy array support since OpenCV represents images as NumPy arrays when using Python bindings.

Process

Authors

Pi Car Discovery Group

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