Billingsley, John (2006) Some machine vision applications in agriculture. In: 10th International Conference on Mechatronics Technology (ICMT 2006), 20-24 Nov 2006, Mexico City.
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The presentation is in the form of a 15 minute video, showcasing machine vision applications at the NCEA. The entry in the proceedings is: With the trend of computers towards convergence with multimedia entertainment, tools for vision processing are becoming commonplace. This has led to the pursuit of a host of unusual applications in the National Centre for Engineering in Agriculture, in addition to work on vision guidance. These range from the identification of animal species, through the location of macadamia nuts as they are harvested and visual tracking for behaviour analysis of small marsupials to the measurement of the volume of dingo teeth.
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