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Detecting moths in pheromone traps

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I'm trying to detect moths caught in a sticky base of a pheromone trap. The object detection module doesn't work. Any other ideas on other methods to attack this problem?
asked Jan 10, 2019 in User questions by hortplus (260 points)

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Nice project! Do you have controlled lighting? If so, the moths are dark blobs on a lighter background? Then maybe this module could work:


If you need several simultaneous bob detection ranges, try http://jevois.org/moddoc/ArUcoBlob/modinfo.html

make sure you use JeVois inventor to easily adjust the double sliders for the HSV ranges.

Otherwise, please upload pictures of your trap somewhere and then link to them here. Maybe a more heavy-duty approach like TensorFlowEasy will be required.
answered Jan 11, 2019 by JeVois (46,580 points)
HSV values of moths on sticky trap