SERINDA OpenCV and BabylonJS Integration

One of the big issues I've been working on has been translating OpenCV detection points to BabylonJS coordinates. Up to this point, I've had some success getting a marker to track an object. I decided to take a look at the JSArtoolkit5 examples and see what I could glean from them. The idea was to …

Headset FOV

I was asked about the FOV for each of the headsets. Haori I call this the Johnny Mnemonic and is the one I'm using the most right now. It has 50-degree FOV.https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07C2B22GG/ Mad Gaze Glow I call this the Roy Orbison and has a 53-degree FOVhttps://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08G1H7X61 Chengzi This has the same viewscreen used by the …

SERINDA Optics Update

The last couple weeks have been pretty focused on the 3D GUI/HUD (we'll just call it HUD from now on). I already have LeapMotion integration, OpenCV integration, and BabylonJS integration. All three are separate pieces. With the HUD I wanted to make sure I had pieces in place so that the OpenCV detection coordinates could …

Leap Motion and the Latte Panda Alpha 864

Running in Low Resource Mode the Leap Motion on the 8/64 does work.  I played Robot Chess and had minimal notifications that Leap Motion needed me to plug the controller in.  This means that running the full Serinda suite will not be possible until I can figure out how to do so with more RAM.  …

So much to do

I've got so many pieces I need to wrap my head around.  So many parts to get caught up on.  I've spent 2 years working with OpenCV and various aspects of the individual pieces.  I am versed in AngularJS, but not Angular 6.  My previous work in OpenGL and game development makes reading and understanding …

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