CREU Project Blog

Demo Program
May 24, 2008, 7:03 pm
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We decided to write a program to demonstrate how this could be used.  We somehow decided that we would write a program that is sort of like the Yamaha TENORI-ON.  It has a 16×16 button matrix, and the buttons that can be activated to play different notes.  

Figure 1. When the program starts up, user should press “s” to enter a screen that shows the segmented image from the camera.  Users then click on the color they want to the program to track.  A cursor in the form of a square box will appear immediately, and it’s position on the screen will correspond to the location of the color blob.

Figure 2.  Users should press “s” to exit the setup screen.  The main application screen will appear, and user can select the button by moving the red cursor on the button and press “enter”.  

We were experimenting with button press by moving the color finger wrap toward the screen.  However, when the finger moves toward the screen, the position of the blob changes and it becomes difficult for users to select the button they originally wish to click.  However, I think that it can be done, if we get to experiment with it a little more.  But here is the source code for the application SequencerDemo.pdf. (Note: wordpress does not allow users to upload zip file; so I renamed it to SequencerDemo.pdf.  To unzip the source code, rename it to 


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