13 June

The people at Braintech have developed in interesting software package that provides a simple mechanism for adding vision-based tracking to Microsoft Robotics Studio. Their package is called Volts-IQ runs as a MSRS service. It seems really easy to use and there is "Community Technical Preview," which I think means a free beta download. It seems like a perfect match for MSRS.

As far as I can tell, it is targeted at fairly simple tracking scenarios and places a premium on getting up and running very quickly and easily. It does tolerate some tracking error and occlusion, but it seems to put the emphasis on real-time easy over robustness (which makes sense for many applications).

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Nice Information.

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