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kmando human computer interface

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kmando human computer interface
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kmando human computer interface
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kmando human computer interface
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Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  3441
Submitted:  Oct 11 2006
Updated:  Jun 29 2009

Description:

A software for camera-projector interaction was developed by Juan Roldan, Ushakiran Soutapalli, Julien Faucher, and Jan Wedekind at the Microsystem & Machine Vision Laboratory (MMVL) at Sheffield Hallam University, UK.

The software makes use of a low cost off-the shelf webcam that is calibrated against a standard projector screen (note that at the moment the new video for linux standard version 2 (V4L2) is not supported yet). The webcam is used to determine the position of physical pointer (e.g. a pen) which is then used to virtually move the X11 pointer. Point-and-click functionality has also been implemented.

The wizard allows you to take a reference picture showing the pointer. You then have to select the region in the image for generating a reference histogram. If you are using a projector, make sure that the desktop has a bright background. Otherwise the pointer will be illuminated differently and it will not be recognized any more.

Donnie Bhayangkara has built a package of mando-1.6 for openSuSE 10.3 which can be downloaded here:
http://software.opensuse.org/search?baseproject=openSUSE%3A10.3&p=1&q=mando

For a video see
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4201589281466176805

Mando now has a new project page at Sourceforge:
http://mando.sourceforge.net/

New releases at: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=220882

Git access: git clone git://mando.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/mando mando

Discussion Forum: http://sourceforge.net/forum/?group_id=220882




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 bit of a problem

 
 by sirjoe on: Mar 28 2007
 
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Having a little bit of a problem here
can't wait to get this working :)

basically I go through the 5 lines in the terminal. but when i write "make" it doesn't like me:
"no targets specified and no make file found. stop.

Not quite sure.
I'm pretty much totally beginning with all with linux stuff.
love it tho

any help would be much appreciated

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 Re: bit of a proble

 
 by wedesoft on: Mar 28 2007
 
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This is the sequence of commands:

tar xjf mando-*.tar.bz2
cd mando-*
./configure
make
./mando

If "make" fails this means, that the preceeding "./configure" step has failed and didn't create the makefiles. You need to post us the output of the configure-script here. Most probably some software packages are missing on your system.


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 bit of a problem

 
 by sirjoe on: Mar 28 2007
 
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Having a little bit of a problem here
can't wait to get this working :)

basically I go through the 5 lines in the terminal. but when i write "make" it doesn't like me:
"no targets specified and no make file found. stop.

Not quite sure.
I'm pretty much totally beginning with all with linux stuff.
love it tho

any help would be much appreciated

Joe


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 Can it work on LCD?

 
 by trevi55 on: Mar 31 2007
 
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Hi... I'm trying this app just for fun on my laptop but I can't make it work...
Is there a way to get it working on an LCD screen? Maybe making kmando follow a particular color used in a pointer...
I don't expect much precision, but just a quite-working tool :P

Anyway thanks for what you've already done...


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 Re: Can it work on L

 
 by wedesoft on: Mar 31 2007
 
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The artefacts caused by the scanning electron beam used to make calibration difficult. Newer versions of kmando are using a white pattern on a black background for calibrating (instead of black on white) and it is much more stable. I have just now successfully tested kmando on my LCD monitor, which runs at only 60Hz.


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 Re: Re: Can it work

 
 by trevi55 on: Apr 1 2007
 
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Cool... When will you release it? :P
I'd like to test it :P

PS: i've an ubuntu package if you want, but if you release soon...


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 Re: Re: Re: Can it w

 
 by wedesoft on: Apr 1 2007
 
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There is a misunderstanding here ;)
All newer releases of kmando already do have white-on-black patterns.
Great to hear that there'll be a package for Ubuntu as well!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Can

 
 by trevi55 on: Apr 2 2007
 
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Sorry for misunderstanding, but I can't make it work on my laptop's LCD...
I've the same refresh rate here, but maybe I do something of wrong...

I can't find good docs about using kmando...

I use the searchpattern and projectedPattern.png you provided, but I can't understand which slide I should choose...

What's wrong?

Bye!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by wedesoft on: Apr 2 2007
 
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I don't understand what you mean with "slide".
You need to click "Configure" to set up the application first.
Do you get a camera image already?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by trevi55 on: Apr 2 2007
 
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I meant that there are some images generated durning the calibration, with some square positioned in different positions of the screen (angles and center)... I can't understand wich one should I choose...

Btw, now I got something better... It seems to work, not so well but my mouse cursor follow quite well my pointer...

Just an idea... Could you make possible to select change an offset? I mean, the cusor is some pixel top-bottom than the pointer, maybe a manual resetting coul help...

Another thing... Could be disabled the "simulated click", using a keyboard key (or shortcut) instead?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by trevi55 on: Apr 2 2007
 
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I meant that there are some images generated durning the calibration, with some square positioned in different positions of the screen (angles and center)... I can't understand wich one should I choose...

Btw, now I got something better... It seems to work, not so well but my mouse cursor follow quite well my pointer...

Just an idea... Could you make possible to select change an offset? I mean, the cusor is some pixel top-bottom than the pointer, maybe a manual resetting coul help...

Another thing... Could be disabled the "simulated click", using a keyboard key (or shortcut) instead?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by trevi55 on: Apr 2 2007
 
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I meant that there are some images generated durning the calibration, with some square positioned in different positions of the screen (angles and center)... I can't understand wich one should I choose...

Btw, now I got something better... It seems to work, not so well but my mouse cursor follow quite well my pointer...

Just an idea... Could you make possible to select change an offset? I mean, the cusor is some pixel top-bottom than the pointer, maybe a manual resetting coul help...

Another thing... Could be disabled the "simulated click", using a keyboard key (or shortcut) instead?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by trevi55 on: Apr 2 2007
 
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Ops... Sorry for this huge-multiple-posting... Unfortunately my session-saver did this on restore (it saves post data... :/)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by trevi55 on: Apr 3 2007
 
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I meant that there are some images generated durning the calibration, with some square positioned in different positions of the screen (angles and center)... I can't understand wich one should I choose...

Btw, now I got something better... It seems to work, not so well but my mouse cursor follow quite well my pointer...

Just an idea... Could you make possible to select change an offset? I mean, the cusor is some pixel top-bottom than the pointer, maybe a manual resetting coul help...

Another thing... Could be disabled the "simulated click", using a keyboard key (or shortcut) instead?


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 by wedesoft on: Apr 3 2007
 
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> I meant that there are some images generated durning the calibration, with some square positioned in different positions of the screen (angles and center)... I can't understand wich one should I choose...

You don't need to choose anything for the screen calibration. You just have to make sure, that the camera can "see" the
whole screen. You can then check (by moving the scrollbar), wether each of the 5 positions was recognised successfully (i.e. location of red cross).
Only then you can grab an image with the pointer in it. Then you have to select the pointer in the image by mouse.

> Just an idea... Could you make possible to select change an offset?

That's a good idea. I may implement it, when I get the time to do it.

> Another thing... Could be disabled the "simulated click", using a keyboard key (or shortcut) instead.

Under X11 one can press "Shift+Num Lock" and then control the mouse using the arrow-keys. The "+" and "-" key become mouse-buttons.

> Ops... Sorry for this huge-multiple-posting...
LOL! A lot of people are doing this on kde-apps recently.


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 symbol lookup error

 
 by pupil on: Apr 4 2007
 
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i'm building kmando with qt4 v4.2.90, the build it self is successfull but when i executed mando command it result this error message:

mando: symbol lookup error: mando: undefined symbol: _ZN10QBoxLayout10setSpacingEi

is it really caused by qt4 or by something else?

thanks


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 Re: symbol lookup error

 
 by pupil on: Apr 4 2007
 
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sorry it's qt4 v4.3.0beta (4.2.90 is the qt4 rpm package version)


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 Re: symbol lookup error

 
 by pupil on: Apr 4 2007
 
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sorry for answering my own question.

the error (maybe) caused by i still use libqt4 4.2.2 on my machine while kmando i've build with libqt4 4.2.90 (4.30.0 Beta).

this is also an announcement.
1. KMando that available in http://repos.opensuse.org/KDE:/Community is build using the newest libqt4, so you also have to update your machine libqt.

2. Mando (and soon KMando) that available at my site and http://repos.opensuse.org/home:/dsbhayangkara are build using libqt4 4.2.2, so you don't have to update your machine libqt4.


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 Re: Re: symbol looku

 
 by wedesoft on: Apr 5 2007
 
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If you build packages, you need to link against an unaltered selection of packages:
http://en.opensuse.org/SUSE_Build_Tutorial

If you cannot setup a build system, you need to specify the required version of Qt in the SPEC-file:
Requires: libqt4 >= 4.2.2

Thanks for providing an rpm-package by the way ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: symbol looku

 
 by pupil on: Apr 7 2007
 
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no problem :)

i already set Requires to libqt4 >= 4.2.9 for KDE:Community, but i haven't upload it yet. i'm a little bit lazy lately :p
i'll upload it now.

btw, the link on your page point to an obsolete file (http://repos.opensuse.org/KDE:/Community/openSUSE_10.2/i586/kmando-1.3.0-14.2.i586.rpm), just link to http://repos.opensuse.org/KDE:/Community/openSUSE_10.2


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: symb

 
 by wedesoft on: Apr 7 2007
 
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> just link to http://repos.opensuse.org/KDE:/Community/openSUSE_10.2
Ok, link points to the repository instead now.


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 Ubuntu deb package

 
 by trevi55 on: Apr 5 2007
 
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After the discussion about how to work with mando I forgot to link the deb package I built...

It's here: http://3v1n0.tuxfamily.org/pool/edgy/3v1n0/mando_1.3-0~3v1ubuntu0_i386.deb

Updates will be at this repository: http://3v1n0.tuxfamily.org/dists/edgy/3v1n0


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 i'm using ubuntu

 
 by aldoshin on: Apr 9 2007
 
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hi i'm using ubuntu and i'm gonna install this but i have a doubt about the kmando is it necesary??
where can i download it??


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 Re: i'm using ubuntu

 
 by wedesoft on: Apr 10 2007
 
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I'm not sure what you mean.
You can download Treviño's package for Ubuntu 6.10 (Edgy Eft) here:
http://3v1n0.tuxfamily.org/pool/edgy/3v1n0/mando_1.3-0~3v1ubuntu0_i386.deb

To install it just do
wget http://3v1n0.tuxfamily.org/pool/edgy/3v1n0/mando_1.3-0~3v1ubuntu0_i386.deb
sudo dpkg -i mando_1.3-0~3v1ubuntu0_i386.deb

You may get error-messages if some other depending packages are missing. You can install [package] them with

sudo apt-get install [package]

Note that Treviño's package is compiled for the 32-bit PC.


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