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Topic: Arduino SDcard JPEG image to Matlab (Read 258 times) previous topic - next topic


Jun 18, 2018, 05:17 pm Last Edit: Jun 18, 2018, 07:06 pm by tdb
I have an Adafruit MicroSD card breakout board that stores JPEG images from the TTL camera.
I want to transfer over that JPEG image from the SDcard to Matlab.
How can I do this without actually taking out the SDcard from the breakout part and inserting it into the computer manually?
I have the Bluetooth 2.0 HC-06 connected with Matlab from the arudino as well.


Is Matlab actually going to do something with the image data? If so, do you have any control over the code on the Arduino, or does Matlab generate all the code?
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Jun 18, 2018, 07:18 pm Last Edit: Jun 18, 2018, 07:23 pm by tdb
I am using the Arduino sketch from Adafruit for the TTL miniature camera, where it takes a picture and then saves it in the MircoSD breakout board.
I want to get that image from the MicroSD card through Bluetooth HC-06, where I will then on Matlab do image processing with that image.
I have to code for the image processing in matlab, but I am unsure how to send over the JPEG image through bluetooth to Matlab from my Arudino UNO.
My arudino is on Com5 and I connected in Matlab with my bluetooth on Com4

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