Two dc servo motors control a camera in plane and elevation. Matlab and arduino are resources in hand. The system should point camera on the desired object at all times. Matlab for image processing and arduino for servo motor control.
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My own codes are available in MATLAB file exchange. I propose to use either background subtraction or color based object detection and then control the movement of servo motors accordingly to track. Relevant Skills an Plus