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Re: How to work with Stereo Pi

Post by Realizator » Fri Feb 28, 2020 9:48 am

Okay, let's try from the very beginning.
Do you have any HDMI monitor, USB keyboard and USB mouse? Or you're using a notebook (laptop)?
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Re: How to work with Stereo Pi

Post by Bhavya » Wed Mar 04, 2020 10:17 am

Helloo...
I'm using the 64bit desktop,I have connected hdmi cable and mouse and keyboard,I have changed user name to pi.and I'm going to do my c++ code in netbeans IDE 8.2,and puTTY compiler im using as console.I'm going to execute the script1.cpp but build failed. Im attaching the files below. help me to proceed next.
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Re: How to work with Stereo Pi

Post by Realizator » Wed Mar 04, 2020 10:23 am

Can you exclude your desktop from this experiment?
Try to connect mouse, keyboard and HDMI monitor directly to your StereoPi, and compile/run examples like shown on our video?
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Re: How to work with Stereo Pi

Post by Bhavya » Wed Mar 04, 2020 11:15 am

Helloo..
Is there any possibility to do without HDMI cable?
I don't want to do with HDMI cable so..

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Re: How to work with Stereo Pi

Post by Realizator » Wed Mar 04, 2020 11:19 am

Bhavana, without HDMI cable (by putty in your case) you can:
- access to the code onboard
- run compilation command (onboard, but not from your MS Visual Studio)
- run the binary compiled

But you will not be able to see the result, as all data (like images, depth map etc.) are shown on HDMI output only. Over Putty you can see just a console messages.
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Re: How to work with Stereo Pi

Post by Bhavya » Wed Mar 04, 2020 12:52 pm

Hi
access to the code onboard
- run compilation command (onboard, but not from your MS Visual Studio)~>Here im not using Visual studio,I'm using Netbeans IDE8.2

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Re: How to work with Stereo Pi

Post by Realizator » Wed Mar 04, 2020 1:58 pm

Bhavya wrote:
Wed Mar 04, 2020 12:52 pm
Hi
access to the code onboard
- run compilation command (onboard, but not from your MS Visual Studio)~>Here im not using Visual studio,I'm using Netbeans IDE8.2
Bhavana, I recommend you to start with just a repeating all the steps from the very first tutorial and the very first video. Without external Windows machine, but just with the connected keyboard, mouse and HDMI monitor to your StereoPi and OpenCV image.
When you can do this 1st step, we can move further. Step by step.
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Re: How to work with Stereo Pi

Post by stereomaton » Thu Mar 05, 2020 9:02 am

I agree with Realizator: if you choose the opencv way, which is a bit advanced, following the step by step video tutorial is a good idea.

You do not need your PC for the opencv way. All is done on the stereopi, including the compilation, display and even desktop-like interaction with software. Just plug USB keyboard, mouse and HDMI screen and follow the video steps to familiarize yourself with the way to do things in this context.

When you will be confident with the tutorial, you might do headless processing depending on your needs, although displaying the image live might still be useful during writing to check that the processing does what is expected.
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Re: How to work with Stereo Pi

Post by Bhavya » Thu Mar 05, 2020 1:05 pm

Helloo

Thanks for the help..I will proceed as you informed.

Thanks once again Realizator

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Re: How to work with Stereo Pi

Post by Bhavya » Tue Mar 17, 2020 6:12 am

helloo..

Can you please tell me how to install StereoPi library for c++?

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Re: How to work with Stereo Pi

Post by Realizator » Tue Mar 17, 2020 10:59 am

Hi Bhavana,
What do you mean under C++ library for the StereoPi? We have no special libraries. Just install OpenCV and use it. If you are working with our latest OpenCV image, all software you need already installed.
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Re: How to work with Stereo Pi

Post by Bhavya » Tue Mar 17, 2020 12:06 pm

Helloo..

What do you mean under C++ library for the StereoPi?
~I mean without python i need to use stereo libraries, so for that i have mentioned c++.
how to check that in installed opencv whether the stereo libraries are present or not?

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Re: How to work with Stereo Pi

Post by Realizator » Tue Mar 17, 2020 12:14 pm

In our image we compiled OpenCV from sources, with all stereoscopic libraries.
So you can take OpenCV sources and compile them.
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