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h1. Gallery

h3. Here are more photos of the CMOS Camera and CMUcam1 Board:

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h3. The following images were taken by CMUcam1 indoors and outdoors:

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h3. This next CMUcam1 image is shown in color and then as separate R, G and B bands:

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h3. This next set of CMUcam1 images are examples of how of our [[Downloads#Java Interface Program|Java Interface Program]] can be used to display the color tracking output from the CMUcam1:

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h3. Here is the B2Bot, a robot with the CMUcam1 on a servo head, two DC motors and a custom
controller called Cerebellum:

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h3. This is the MiniBot, a 2-servo CMUcam1 Cerebellum Robot that is less than 5 inches cubed:

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h3. The first picture below shows a ServoBot, a CMUcam1 directly controlling a hobby servo. The rest of the pictures show the MiniBot3D, which uses 3 servos to control not just pan but also tilt.

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It is easy to program a robot to follow colorful objects using the CMUcam1's output. In fact, if you click "here": you can download the C code we used to program the PIC Chip that is controlling the CMUcam1 on the MiniBot3D.

The movies below show off our prototype CMUcam1 robots at play:

* "MPEG of the B2Bot chasing a large yellow ball":
* "MPEG of the MiniBot tracking Elmo":
* "MPEG of the MiniBot3D tracking with pan and tilt":
* "MPEG of the ServoBot tracking an orange object":
* "MPEG of the ServoBot tracking a blue object":

Here is a link to a cool video edited together by Anthony Rowe of a number of CMUcam1 based robots, including "Barney" a cool line following robot with which he and Alok Ladsariya won the 2002 Mobot competition:

* "Cool Video":

Here are links to other pages and projects which describe robots which use the CMUcam1: