Webcam analisy tubes


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I have a need to take an image of a series of glass test tubes, and automatically give an indication of either the level fo liquid in the tubes or the point at which the liquid reaches the bottom of the tubes.

The image would probably be gathered by a webcam and processed on a standard PC.

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"When you think about the real-world risks, you have to reach pretty far to find something that would be genuinely bad," said Anton Chuvakin, security and risk management researcher at Gartner.

Possibly illuminating the tubes from the back could make sense.

There might be other ways, but my restrictions are that I will have multiple tubes (around 12-24), the liquid will be clear and needs to stay contamination free (one current solution it to sense the liquid level using a resistance probe that moves, but it's slow and causes contamination headaches...) Chesnokov-Yuriy wrote series of articles explaining image analysis in codeproject. some of his articles, you can find useful If you do it with image analysis, the first thing is to get the best possible image quality.

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