Thanks Rob and Kenneth.
We can stream series of jpeg pictures (with 0.7 sec delay, with varying
refresh rate) from the onboard processor (LINUX ARM) via WLAN. We used the
w3camd application. Unfortunately, we can only access the octet-stream usin=
Mozilla Firefoz. We dont have any idea on how to capture the octet-stream
and make it frame-by-frame.
Maybe you guys can suggest another approach on how we can grab the video
(frame by frame) and stream via WLAN.
Sorry if it's kind of off-topic from the Motion. I know this is too basic
for you guys. :) Thanks a lot.
On 5/10/06, Rob MacGregor <rob.macgregor@...> wrote:
> On 5/10/06, Dan Dizon <dan.dizon@...> wrote:
> > hi! we are newbies on linux.. We are embarking on a simple model
> > helicopter vision system. we want to adapt the motion algo to it..
> > My queries..
> > 1. Do you guys have Logitech QuickCam Pro 4000 driver for Linux
> As the video interface is handled by Video 4 Linux you need to look there=
> > 2. Our onboard processor (Intel Stargate 400 MHz) is eqipped with
> > Linux ARM. Can we use the motion algorithm to send video frames via
> > WLAN?
> You may need to be a bit more explicit as to what you mean. Certainly
> you can stream a video over a wireless LAN - I do that all the time.
> > Vision system must detect a star logo and track its location to send
> > simple Left, Right, Forward Signals to the helicopter.
> That you'd probably have to write your own custom code for.
> Please keep list traffic on the list.
> Rob MacGregor
> Whoever fights monsters should see to it that in the process he
> doesn't become a monster. Friedrich Nietzsche