Computers, Optical, Robotics, Robots, Industrial
A survey was done to summarize the state of the art and the future directions in the robotic vision field, in the industrial applications and research areas. An assembly language program, "GETIT", was written to control a MC6800 microprocessor in gathering data from an analog-to-digital converter hooked up to a camera, to find the center of a white marble placed on a black surface, and to send the coordinates to a five axis robot. A VAL language program, "VISION!", was written to receive the coordinate data from the microprocessor and to direct the robot to the specified location, to pick up the marble. A window oriented approach was used after a global scanning, to find the marble location and the binary equivalent of the coordinates was sent to the robot. These software methods were then compared to other approaches.
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Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Draman, Murat, "A Robotic Vision System" (1984). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4729.
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