Simple script to read a video file and track a single red marker in 2D using the hue and saturation values. The largest red blob is detected and the mean co-ordinate position of this blob is tracked. This code does not have any tracking built-in: it treats each frame independently.
This assumes that the video is a constant frame rate video. The resulting co-ordinate time series are stored in the variables: t, Xc and Yc.
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I have a question if you dont mind. Assuming that i have to track the first identified blue colored object that appears in a video. After a couple of frames other objects with the same hsv parameters appear ( noise). My tracker will be found in a typical local minimum problem. If i dont want to refer to the geometry of each object separately ( which will consume time and energy), what will be the ideal filter to use in a way that whatever will appear in the video, the tracker will always go after the first object. I have asked this question everywhere, including here, cant find a proper hint.. Thanking you
Would you be able to help on me on the matlab coding for the object tracking of the using Hue value ? As i am new to matlab i couldnt find much details on it .
My object is to perform color calibration in order to define the upper and lower limit of the HUE value for to detect the color at any light intensity .
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