hello again i need help im using this code:

opencv = Runtime.createAndStart("opencv","OpenCV")
opencv.addFilter("PyramidDown")
opencv.addFilter("FaceDetect")
opencv.setDisplayFilter("FaceDetect")
     
opencv.addListener("publishOpenCVData", python.name, "input")

def input():
    data =  msg_opencv_publishOpenCVData.data[0]
    bb = data.getBoundingBoxArray()
    print 'opencv data ', bb
    for rect in bb:
      print "face found in rectangle ", rect.x, rect.y, rect.width, rect.height
 

sadly i can´t get data in the phyton / phyton register

i clicked on capture and the camera shows the red box but i can´t see what im doing wrong because there is nothing displayed.

i still think its a simple problem so any tip would be great

it seams that input delivers no data from the cam.

thanks

kwatters

7 years 10 months ago

It looks like this script is really out of date.  It's using the old style syntax for passing data into python callbacks.   Is this a script that is checked in somewhere?

Try changing:

def input():
    data =  msg_opencv_publishOpenCVData.data[0]
 
 
I think you want:
 
def input(data):
    bb = data.getBoundingBoxArray()
    print 'opencv data ', bb
    for rect in bb:
      print "face found in rectangle ", rect.x, rect.y, rect.width, rect.height 
 
 
Disclaimer:  I have not tested/ tried this :)  so it might be wrong..

 

If you want there is a much lighter script for face tracking, but it uses InMoov head... So informations for the tracking are a bit more hidden.. Let me know

The Service pages should have a reference each to one Service script...   they all are in the pyrobotlab/service directory ...  Maybe we should put the InMoovHead.py in there ? 

Thanks for the ongoing help

 

my goal was to modify the code (which finally works thank you) 

to an face tracking without camera servo centering 

so I wanted to mount the camera in a fixed position and move the servo to a specific coordinate from the picture 

it's for an animatronic head I'm building the eyes should point on a person In the room  ( th eyes will be small glas ball and can not be cameras) 

later the head should get a neck with pan tilt too

 

sadly I recognized I need to learn a lot more of myribotlab 

I worked a lot with Arduino code and have done much with it like eyelid blinking and stuff but bringing it to the next level is hard 

 

I'm more I to the mechanic part of it at the moment so thank you for the great help and support here

maybe even such a script is exists so please forward it too me

Glad we can help :)

Hope we can continue to help.  Learning should not be painful - but understand we are learning and developing too .. Its "in process" work.

The more information you can give us regarding your project - e.g. pictures, inventory, parts, what things are connected to what, future goals, etc.  the more quality help we can give to you.

o/

Jay

7 years 9 months ago

Hello and  here are some details

 

im making a animatronic puppet head (mechanical stuff is more mine)

it consists of 14 servos at the moment for lips jaw eyes eybrows eylids head pan tilt.

 

my goal would be a software to get him alive

i made some progress with arduino to get the eyes blink and look but to take it to thenext level  i need myrobotlab

first i wanted to make the basics but fot the full project the head should trake a face in the room with a fixed camera and  look at it with eyes and head

blink they eyes randomly and talk this would be via done via an mp3 which is played and then a servo movement is generated.

 

 

so i wanted to alter the code from above to just use the coordinates from the opicture for a tracking of persons in the room.

 

 

is there hope for me?

 

and is it possible to alter the gesture creature from inmoov for such a project?

 

what would be the best way to get this all done

 

thanks for the ungoing support

Jay

7 years 8 months ago

Hello im back with an update

 

i got the eye tracking and blinking working now just need to find an idea to get the mouth to work with sound

 

is there a way to playback an mp3 and use this (amplitude) and map it to a servo position?