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I am looking forward for a method to sense in real time, using computer vision for a control application.

For this I am unsure of which is the right platform . I am well versed with MATLAB, but I am wondering if it will be able to do the image processing in real time or not.

If there are other platforms which are much quicker, you can please recommend me.

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    – Chuck
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The branch of science that is binding vision and control is called visual servoying. You can find visp written in cpp or matlab implementations. Check also if visp is having a matlab bridge/api. If you have a professional robot (not a diy one ) i think ROS + visp will be a good start.

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MATLAB is a very powerful platform for doing such applications. I recommend you using it. You can get your images using a USB camera, implement whatever functions to your captured images and then plot your results in a GUI charts or tabs.

Other software you can use is LabVIEW of NI, but you have to know how to use a function block diagram programming language.

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I didn't work on matlab with vision,but if you want another choice you can always use c++/in visual studio with opencv libraries Or java in eclipse,but opencv function for c++ are easier and there are much more tutorials

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