Please I have a question .. I wanna to process Images using Arduino .. the question is can I work On the arduino board Directly or I must connect it to PC ?? any Suggestions ? :confused:
the question is can I work On the arduino board Directly
Yes, you can, as long as the images are small enough to fit in the Arduino's limited SRAM. That would probably limit you to an image that is roughly 10 pixels by 10 pixels.
Thanks for your reply , but i use Arduino Due and Matlab to get images From Arduino Camera module then using the matlab i want to recognize the Processed Images and resend to Arduino Standing alone out of PC … or I Write the code on pC and make the Process of images standing alone did you understand me ?
Where are you planning on doing the JPEG decode?
Re: About processing images
Today at 01:24 pm Where are you planning on doing the JPEG decode?
I want to Store my JPEG Pics on a memory module in the arduino board but the Processing Occur with Matlab.. So I want to Know if I can store the Process of Matlab In a bootloader or Something like that .. to Make the process of Images Wearable .
What KIND of images do you want to process? Bitmap images are one thing. JPEG images are something completely different.
That you have not found any code that does image processing on the Arduino ought to be a clue.
So you have some kind of image-recognition library in Matlab, which is currently working to recognise images taken by the Arduino camera? You want to do this entirely within the Arduino, without being plugged into a PC?
I suggest you look into the Rasberry Pi and see if you can run Matlab on that. Even a Due will be hard-pressed to decode the JPEG image and could not possibly have enough storage to hold the image recognition code.