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access all connected cameras, take snapshots, record streams, access and process frames in realtime
i wrote this for Matlab 7.7.0 (R2008b)
this gui should make it convenient to access usb or firewire cameras (or whatever Matlab toolbox supports), and helps to quickly access camera settings, as well as record streams and access streams (frames) for real-time image processing
it requires the image acquisition toolbox



function [returnFileGroup] = findFileSeries(filePath, allowskiplength, inclSmallerNumbers)

% input is the filepath of one file in a series of files that have
% some numeric indexing in their filenames

% allowskiplength...



function [s] = repositionStructField(s,shiftfield,newpos)
%shiftfield can be fieldname (string) or current position index of field
%newpos can be either new position index of field, or the name of the field (as string) that is



the pixels in an image are weighted with their intensity. we try to fit a pre-defined number of connected (partially overlapping) ellipses onto this image, using gmdistribution.fit from matlab's statistics toolbox.
i used this to separate...



Accepts a list of x and y coordinates. First, we find the smallest circumscribing polygon from this list (convhull). Finally, we use this polygon's coordinates to find the smallest circumscribing circle. We find the circle by minimizing the...



% this function either converts a matlab time vector (or a matrix containing time vectors) into unixtime
% or unixtime into matlab time vector(s)
% unixtime is seconds since 1.1.1970
% matlabtime is days after 1.1.000