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Chapter 10: Object Identification By Binary Conversion - Sharp IV-S30 User Manual

Compact image sensor camera function and operation
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Chapter 10: Object Identification by Binary Conversion

When there are several objects and their positions are random, the presence or
absence of objects and the size of the objects can be determined.
- The specified pixel area is converted to a binary image. The number of objects,
Purpose
total size of the white area (the objects) and the area, center of gravity, main axis
angle, fillet diameter, circumference and center of each white area can be
measured.
Counting the number of food products or parts, measuring the angle of rotation or
Applications
the center of gravity of parts, and measuring the size of food products
[Measurement of 6 objects]
Objects
Examples
- Inspection sequence
Image
capture
Measure the area, center of gravity,
main axis angle, fillet diameter, circumference, and center
No.1
No.2
No.4
No.5
Convert it to
Object identification
a binary image
(labeling and numbering)
10-1
Object Identification by Binary Conversion
[Measurement results]
- Object identification (labeling
and numbering), number of
No.3
objects present, total area.
- Area, center of gravity, main
axis angle, fillet diameter,
No.6
circumference, and center of
each object (No.1 to No.6).
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