Salient Regions
Extract the most salient regions and send them out.
By Laurent Ittiitti@usc.eduhttp://jevois.orgGPL v3
 Language:   C++            Supports mappings with USB output:   Yes            Supports mappings with NO USB output:   No
 Video Mapping:   YUYV 64 192 25.0 YUYV 320 240 25.0 JeVois SalientRegions
 Video Mapping:   YUYV 100 400 10.0 YUYV 640 480 10.0 JeVois SalientRegions

Module Documentation

This module produces an output intended for machine use, and extracts cropped images around the N most salient locations. N is decided by the height of the desired USB output image. See DemoSaliency for more information about visual attention and saliency.

Here we show how the output image size chosen in the videomappings.cfg config file can be used to decide what output to compute. Namely, here we assume square regions stacked vertically. So the width of the outut image sets region size, and the height divided by that size sets the number of regions.

ParameterTypeDescriptionDefaultValid Values
(SalientRegions) inhsigmafloatSigma (pixels) used for inhibition of return32.0F-
(Saliency) cweightbyteColor channel weight255-
(Saliency) iweightbyteIntensity channel weight255-
(Saliency) oweightbyteOrientation channel weight255-
(Saliency) fweightbyteFlicker channel weight255-
(Saliency) mweightbyteMotion channel weight255-
(Saliency) centerminsize_tLowest (finest) of the 3 center scales2-
(Saliency) deltaminsize_tLowest (finest) of the 2 center-surround delta scales3-
(Saliency) smscalesize_tScale of the saliency map4-
(Saliency) mthreshbyteMotion threshold0-
(Saliency) fthreshbyteFlicker threshold0-
(Saliency) msflickboolUse multiscale flicker computationfalse-
Detailed docs:SalientRegions
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