not to hijack valentingalea, but:
damn! dead brill! love it! :heart:
Watching the bounding box in the video, it seems the detection algorithm is more motion detection than human detection, still, love it.
Just never get the idea to mount a weapon on it, until you have a top secret defence contractor license, as that’s life in federal prison.
I saw one of these types of X/Y tracking rigs when I had sideline access to an American NFL game… a huge 1.5m parabola lexan dish with a mic array at the sweet spot, and a 2-axis controlled mount. Thing was FAST considering the mass on it. (the robotic 4k cameras flying by on wires overhead were no less impressive, though!) Dunno if it was tracking the action, the ball, the triangulated radio transmitter coordinates of the quarterback’s helmet… I wanted to ask, but the sideline AV staff all wear noise-cancelling headsets for a reason - it’s like being at a rock concert. You can’t talk easily.
Is this a proof-of-concept or just a step in your project?