Monthly Archives: April 2011
The code below is a good starting point for looking at the basics of APRON syntax. APRON is an interpreted functional script, where all commands are of the form y = f(x1, x2, x3). Each line of APRON code directly … Continue reading
The following demo video shows APRON (with the aid of a CUDA plug-in) learning and tracking an object selected by the user. The algorithm behind this is quite naive, but shows surprising robustness to rotation.
The “Hello World” of APRON examples is the simple act of grabbing an image from a webcam and displaying it in the simulator. The script below uses the apron.webcam plugin. First the camera is initialised to capture images at a … Continue reading