general vision software for a robot.

Hi,
I wonder if it exist some very easy and powerful software in vision recognition to adapt to a binocular vision robot. I am looking in something
ready to use, easely adaptable to a binocular or even monocular robot.
Thanks in advance if you have some idea about this.
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luc devert wrote:

Check out the last three issues of SERVO magazine, where they've been running an excellent series of articles on robotic vision. Last I heard, the algorithms the author talks about are available in a DLL you can download and connect up with your program -- VB, C#, C++, etc -- any environment that can use Windows DLLs. If you're not running Windows, the source is provided (I think) and you can revise/recompile for your target OS.
-- Gordon
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try the DARPA grand challenge team called dad. They were only useing two video cameras the first year that the competition was on and were one of the best placing teams (althought nobody came close to finishing) I believe that they have added lasers now
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