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== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
Our project was to use OpenCV to pre-process images with functions such as Canny and HSL in order to extract edges and highlight the lanes. We wanted to see if using those images would improve training time and robustness of the model compared to our original model which trained using donkeycar on RGB images.
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Our project was to integrate OpenCV into donkeycar in order to try and improve training time and robustness of the model. We used OpenCV to pre-process images in order to extract edges and highlight the white and yellow lanes. We wanted to see if using those images as a combined 3-D image (edges, white lane, yellow lane) would improve training time and robustness of the model compared to the original donkeycar model which trained using RGB images.
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== Team Members ==
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*Cyrus Shen - ECE
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*Chenfeng Wu - ECE
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*Maximilian Stadler - CSE (UCSD Extension)
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*Isabella Franco - MAE
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== Mechanical Design ==
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=== Camera Mount ===
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== Car Circuitry ==
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== Integrating OpenCV ==

Revision as of 17:15, 29 November 2019

Introduction

Our project was to integrate OpenCV into donkeycar in order to try and improve training time and robustness of the model. We used OpenCV to pre-process images in order to extract edges and highlight the white and yellow lanes. We wanted to see if using those images as a combined 3-D image (edges, white lane, yellow lane) would improve training time and robustness of the model compared to the original donkeycar model which trained using RGB images.

Team Members

  • Cyrus Shen - ECE
  • Chenfeng Wu - ECE
  • Maximilian Stadler - CSE (UCSD Extension)
  • Isabella Franco - MAE

Mechanical Design

Camera Mount

Car Circuitry

Integrating OpenCV