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!! Timelapse: An Image Analyser for Camera Traps
[[http://saul.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/timelapse/pmwiki.php?n=Main.HomePage|'''Timelapse''']] is a regularly maintained productivity tool designed to help scientists analyze the thousands of images collected in camera traps (aka remote cameras, field cameras, wildlife cameras). Timelapse is currently used internationally by various organizations for serious work. In brief, Timelapse:
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!! Timelapse: An Image Analyser for Camera Traps (''aka'' remote cameras, field cameras, wildlife cameras)
[[http://saul.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/timelapse/pmwiki.php?n=Main.HomePage|'''Timelapse''']] is a regularly maintained productivity tool designed to help scientists analyze the thousands of images collected in camera traps . Timelapse is currently used internationally by various organizations for serious work. In brief, Timelapse:
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[[http://saul.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/timelapse/pmwiki.php?n=Main.HomePage|'''Timelapse''']] is a regularly maintained productivity tool designed to help scientists analyze the thousands of images collected in camera traps (aka remote cameras, field cameras, wildlife cameras). Timelapse is currently used internationally by various organizations for serious work.
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[[http://saul.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/timelapse/pmwiki.php?n=Main.HomePage|'''Timelapse''']] is a regularly maintained productivity tool designed to help scientists analyze the thousands of images collected in camera traps (aka remote cameras, field cameras, wildlife cameras). Timelapse is currently used internationally by various organizations for serious work. In brief, Timelapse:
* reads and displays images and videos from any type of remote camera (as long as they are numbered);
* automatically extracts information from all images such as dates, times and location
* extracts metadata information of your choosing, if its available in the images
* categorizes unusual images including dark (night time) and corrupted ones;
* displays a custom interface for entering data specific to the scientist's project, where the biologist can enter data by typing, by selecting from a list of choices, and (for counting) by clicking on objects in the image;
* supports visual search through a magnifying glass, through pan and zooming (where switching images will keep the same pan/zoom levels), and through several image enhancement methods;
* exports its data to a file that can be opened in Excel
* allows you to examine subset of your images where you apply searches specific to your data, etc
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'''The Developer's Cookbook''' serves two purposes.
* to store
toolkits, software and applications created by ilab people
* to document these systems and give examples of how they are used.

Ilab people should feel free to add / modify content as needed.
* If you are creating things from scratch
, try to follow the wiki style, e.g., by copying and modifying one of the other content pages.
* If you are linking to an existing web site
, move that web site to /home/grouplab/www/software so that it does not disappear over time.

For those non-ilab users, feel free to use this site and its software. However, realize that this site is offered as is. We will not normally provide support for problems you may have. Also, some of the software has license restrictions. It's certainly all copyrighted.

Unless otherwise noted, most programming systems are packaged and tested for use within C#. While they may likely work with other .NET languages, we leave that to you.
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'''The Developer's Cookbook''' is an archive of toolkits, software and applications created by ilab people over the years. This software was developed for them to explore various research ideas vs. for general dissemination. Even so, we make it available for others to try/use the software below. However, realize that this software is offered as is and has not been maintained: we will not provide support for problems you may have. Also, some of the software has license restrictions. It's certainly all copyrighted.

Unless otherwise noted, most programming systems are packaged and tested for use within C#.
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[[http://saul.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/timelapse/pmwiki.php?n=Main.HomePage|'''Timelapse''']] is a regularly maintained productivity tool designed to help scientists analyze the thousands of images collected in camera traps (aka remote cameras, field cameras, wildlife cameras). It is accompanied by a full web site, user manuals, tutorial, regular updates, email list, and is currently used internationally by various organizations for serious work.
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[[http://saul.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/timelapse/pmwiki.php?n=Main.HomePage|'''Timelapse''']] is a regularly maintained productivity tool designed to help scientists analyze the thousands of images collected in camera traps (aka remote cameras, field cameras, wildlife cameras). Timelapse is currently used internationally by various organizations for serious work.

Timelapse is accompanied by a [[http://saul.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/timelapse/pmwiki.php?n=Main.HomePage|full web site]] with user manuals, tutorials, regular updates, email list, github repository, etc
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!!Annotated Table of Contents
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'''The Developer's Cookbook site is built and maintained by Interactions Laboratory faculty, students, and research assistants at the University of Calgary.'''

It
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!! Timelapse: An Image Analyser for Camera Traps
[[http://saul
.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/timelapse/pmwiki.php?n=Main.HomePage|'''Timelapse''']] is a regularly maintained productivity tool designed to help scientists analyze the thousands of images collected in camera traps (aka remote cameras, field cameras, wildlife cameras). It is accompanied by a full web site, user manuals, tutorial, regular updates, email list, and is currently used internationally by various organizations for serious work.

!! Developer's Cookbook
'''The Developer's Cookbook'''
serves two purposes.
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!!! Timelapse: An Image Analyser for Camera Traps
[[http://saul.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/timelapse/pmwiki.php?n=Main.HomePage|Timelapse]] is designed to help scientists analyze the thousands of images collected in camera traps (aka remote cameras, field cameras, wildlife cameras). It is a maintained tool with regular updates, and is currently in use internationally by various organizations.
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!!! Timelapse: An Image Analyser for Camera Traps
[[http://saul.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/timelapse/pmwiki.php?n=Main.HomePage|Timelapse]] is designed to help scientists analyze the thousands of images collected in camera traps (aka remote cameras, field cameras, wildlife cameras). It is a maintained tool with regular updates, and is currently in use internationally by various organizations.
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'-'''Credits:''' Nicolai Marquardt started this cookbook, Rob Diaz-Marino had the idea for starting this wiki - thanks!-'
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'-'''Credits:''' Nicolai Marquardt started this cookbook, Rob Diaz-Marino had the idea for starting this wiki - thanks!-'
'-PmWiki version {$Version}
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!!! Video and Media
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!!!Media
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* [[Toolkits/Collabrary]] is a library of COM objects for rapidly prototyping collaborative multimedia applications such as media spaces, synchronous real-time groupware, community information spaces, computer vision applications, scripted image and video manipulation. Note: The shared dictionary aspect of this system has been rewritten as [[Toolkits/.Networking | .Networking]] , and some of its video and image capabilities have been rewritten as [[Toolkits/EasyImages | EasyImages]].
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* [[Toolkits/Collabrary]] is a library of COM objects for rapidly prototyping collaborative multimedia applications such as media spaces, synchronous real-time groupware, community information spaces, computer vision applications, scripted image and video manipulation. Note: The shared dictionary aspect of this system has been rewritten as [[Toolkits/Networking | .Networking]] , and some of its video and image capabilities have been rewritten as [[Toolkits/EasyImage | EasyImages]].
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!!! Technologies
* [[Technologies/Arduino ]]
* [[Technologies/Wii Mote]]
* [[Technologies/Phidgets]]
* [[Technologies/ARToolkit]]
* [[Technologies/NyARToolkit]]
* [[Technologies/Micro Framework]]
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* [[Toolkits/HTP | Haptic Tabletop Puck development tools]] is a set of files, instructions and software that facilitate the creation and development of haptic experiences for tabletop computers.
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* [[http://wikifolders.sourceforge.net | WikiFolders]] enables the creation, manipulation, and display of rich text folder annotations side-by-side with regular file objects in OS X file browser windows.
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* [[http://wikifolders.sourceforge.net | WikiFolders]] enables the creation, manipulation, and display of rich text folder annotations side-by-side with regular file objects in OS X file browser windows. [[Demos/Software Project | Software Project]] is a sample wiki used in WikiFolders presentations.
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* [[http://wikifolders.sourceforge.net | WikiFolders]] enables the creation, manipulation, and display of rich text folder annotations side-by-side with regular file objects in OS X file browser windows.
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* [[Demos/Twinned Media Space]] An on-going project. Use at own risk! See here for the idea sketch:
http://pages
.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~saul/wiki/pmwiki.php/Personal/TwoPlacesAtOnceATwinnedMediaSpace
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* [[Demos/MEdiaSpace | MEdia Space]] An on-going project to explore use of sensing technologies and intentional asymmetries in the design of a home-office media space. Use at own risk!
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* [[Utilities/ArtifactBuddy | Artifact Buddy]] lets a file behave as a buddy on Instant Messenger
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* [[Toolkits/Shared Phidgets]] lets developers easily create new applications based on distributed physical user interface elements. These Phidget devices are USB components, e.g. servos, sliders, motion sensors, temperature sensors, buttons, LED, RFID reader and Text LC displays.
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* [[Toolkits/Shared Phidgets3]] lets developers easily create new applications based on distributed physical user interface elements. These Phidget devices are USB components, e.g. servos, sliders, motion sensors, temperature sensors, buttons, LED, RFID reader and Text LC displays.
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* [[Toolkits/Twinned Media Space]] An on-going project. Use at own risk! See here for the idea sketch:
http://pages.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~saul/wiki/pmwiki.php/Personal/TwoPlacesAtOnceATwinnedMediaSpace
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* [[Demos/Twinned Media Space]] An on-going project. Use at own risk! See here for the idea sketch:
http://pages.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~saul/wiki/pmwiki.php/Personal/TwoPlacesAtOnceATwinnedMediaSpace
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* [[Toolkits/Twinned Media Space]] An on-going project. Use at own risk!
<a href="http
://pages.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~saul/wiki/pmwiki.php/Personal/TwoPlacesAtOnceATwinnedMediaSpace">Idea Sketch</a>
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* [[Toolkits/Twinned Media Space]] An on-going project. Use at own risk! See here for the idea sketch:
"http://pages.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/~saul/wiki/pmwiki.php/Personal/TwoPlacesAtOnceATwinnedMediaSpace"