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Subject: Re: Frame Grabber Cards
Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2002 16:18:30 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2002 11:18:30 EST
Organization: Road Runner
> Oh yeah.
> The card has to be PCI and it would be nice to have an SDK or at least ways
> to take in the raw video.
> "bobi" wrote in message
>>I am looking into doing some object recognition work on my own.
>>I need a decent frame grabber card but not too expensive.
>>I would only need a single Camera input (black and white) and the frame
>>not have to be great as I would be investigating still images not moving
>>This would only have to take snap shots. I am not planning to make a DVR.
>>I have seen quite a few on the net but most are with 4 channel inputs and
>>Is there a frame grabber out there that I can play with.
>>I have done Neural Networks at University and this is something that I
>>to try on my own.
Not sure if this can be of any use in this case, but the "Snappy"
attached to the parallel port and was about as cheap as I ever saw for
capturing still images or video.
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