First: sorry for my bad English. It’s not my native language…
Left and right cabinets are here just to store the fiducials decks (and to make the installation look like a real kitchen). All the magic is in the middle one.
So… the cabinet has this dimensions: height 70cm, width 59.8cm, depth 60cm. The worktop is 3.8 height. I want to cut a 50x50cm hole and fill it some plexiglass (sorry, acrylite) that while look like a glass ceramic hob.
I want to track fiducials only (no fingers) and I don’t need any video feedback (visual are somewhere else...). The objects I want to track are 6 or 8cm diameter circles.
Here are my questions:
1) Will one ps3 eye do the job? Or do I need to use many.
2) What lens should I use? I was considering a m12 4mm or a CS varifocal.
3) Do I need IR illumination? Since I don’t need video feedback but want my glass to glow, I was considering using visible light. But if I do this I’m scare to be very dependent of external light conditions (I had some trouble with my MTmini like prototype).
4) ReacTIVIsion or CCV ?
5) What kind of surface should I use? I would like that the users can’t the the inside of the box, that the surface was grey or brown (to look like a hob) but to have a good fiducial detection.
That’s all for the moment, thanks you very much !
PS. Question 6: is there someone that I could meet around Paris to share experiences?