A software for camera-projector interaction
Version: 1.7kmando is a software for camera-projector interaction and was developed by Juan Roldan, Ushakiran Soutapalli, Julien Faucher, and Jan Wedekind at the Microsystem & Machine Vision Laboratory (MMVL) at Sheffield Hallam University, UK.
Operating System: Linux
The software makes use of a low cost off-the shelf webcam that is calibrated against a standard projector screen. 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 vision system uses the Mimas real-time computer vision toolkit developed by the MMVL.