Quickly setting RGB or HSV values for color thresholding is a common problem in laboratory robotics. ColorThreshold.m allows you to load an image and interactively set either RGB or HSV thresholds. Call the function ColorThreshold('image_name'), select your Region Of Interest, then select and deselect pixels and watch the thresholded image and RGB/HSV scatter plots to fine tune your threshold filter. You can switch between HSV and RGB while the program is running, and can choose to split the Hue threshold (single color objects commonly have a wraparound in the Hue value). The update allows users to interactively tune their filters with slider bars and move the ROI.
This functionality is now built into MATLAB. See the Color Thresholder app on the Apps tab of the tool ribbon, if you have the Image Processing Toolbox.
Thank you for your wonderful work,very useful!
will you kindly turn this code to recognize the color of ROI.. or somebody who can do this plz mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interesting idea, but fails majorly due to leftover non-standard RGB2HSV calculation. The code needs to be fixed to use Matlab's rgb2hsv, and then possibly offer the non-standard one as an interesting case for a faster, less processor-intensive calculation.
Allow user to move the ROI and error checking
The update allows users to interactively tune their filters with slider bars.