I'm working with a raspberry pi. I am planning to use a raspberry pi camera that is already conne...
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I'm working with a raspberry pi. I am planning to use a raspberry pi camera that is already connected with the raspberry pi to use it to detect the health of the crops. Is there a phyton code, or how can I make that the raspberry pi camera can detect the crops and their wealth without having to use the website. I mean is there any way in which I can make the camera just with the filters process the crops and immediately produce the results to a computer or to other device?
@warren this sound amazing, we can install the image-sequencer on raspi easily via npm and it would work nicely for this use case
@warren this gives me another idea, maybe we can add a replaceImage functionality in node as well (maybe as an extension to basic mode) which will replace the current image with the processed image
It can be useful in this case where we don’t need the original image anymore
Indeed! I think here it could be good to keep the original data in this case, maybe @csteran has a preference? But we should perhaps add steps and example usage for raspberry pi users to make it as easy as possible.
How will the processed image replace the current image?. Like how will this work better than the current image?. , and yes I think I will need a little bit of help with the raspberry pi code and installation instructions too.
@csteran actually image-sequencer has the capability to run a sequence of processing steps on an image and provide output of each step separately or just the final image based on user's choice, also I will make a research note for running Image-Sequencer on raspi and link it both here and in the documentation,