Motion tracking – Atrium A

Since posting my experiment with the webcam I’ve managed to get the camera in Atrium A cleaned so I can get good readings off of it.

I’ve tweaked my patch slightly and found some good settings for that particular room. I did this by recording footage of myself walking around, and then running motion tracking on the loop on repeat, incrementally changing the thresholds and constraints of the tracking system. This is my best result so far, and one I am very happy with. There is very little difference between running from a prerecorded video compared with a live feed.

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One Response to “Motion tracking – Atrium A”
  1. sarah says:

    Hi there,
    I am a student at SFU 4th year majoring in SIAT.
    I am doing a school project which is similar on what you have right here.
    I am wondering could you please teach me how to do it?

    Thank you very much in advance šŸ™‚
    Sarah

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