Hi,I tried to use ps3 eye with OpenCV 3.0.0/2.4.11, Visual Studio 2013(C++/C#) and Windows 7 x64. I use CLEye driver 5.3 for connection and I can't connect my camera to program anyway. Firstly I thought that it's impossible, but some time later I found program that use OpenCV 2.4.1 and perfectly work with this cam and this driver.
The most recent version of macam is release 0.9.2, available here. This version adds support for a number of webcams. In particluar the PS3 Eye, which requires USB2, but has a phenomenal picture. Many other webcams have been added, all the cameras from the gspca project should work (although no guarantees are provided). The PlayStation Eye is a digital camera device, similar to a webcam, for the PlayStation 3. The technology uses computer vision and gesture recognition to process images taken by the camera. This allows players to interact with games using motion and color detection as well as sound through its built-in microphone array. It is the successor to the EyeToy for the PlayStation 2, which was released in 2003. PS3 Eye Camera last downloaded: 28.9.2020 - 2020 version. Download Rating: 95%. Windows 7 drivers: PS3 Eye Camera - free driver download, Driver downloads: PS3 Eye Camera - free driver download.
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A co-author of the book I am launching is describing in his chapter how to connect a ps3 eye to OpenCV. It might be a good idea to contact him and ask him for help. Or be patient, end of october the book is coming out! @Joseph Howse, care to elaborate?
Also you can contact him through his website: http://nummist.com/
Thank you, I'll try to contact him.
[Henry Tonoyan] has started getting into OpenCV and digital control system projects. He needed a decent webcam that could do higher than standard frame rates. As it turns out, the PS3 Eye is actually a pretty capable little camera. Now that it’s kind of obsolete, you can have it for as little as $7 from places like Amazon!
The PS3 Eye has a standard USB interface, and after messing around with it a bit in Linux, [Henry] was able to adjust the frame rate settings for his application. He’s using a library called video for Linux with an application called qv4L2. It’s capable of 60fps at VGA, which we admit isn’t amazing, but at $7, we can’t complain — if you drop down to QVGA (320×240) you can go up to 120fps.
From there you can play around in OpenCV to your heart’s content.
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Seeing as the Eye has been out for over 7 years now, it has been used in quite a few hacks since then. From an actual eyeball tracker (seriously), to an interactive projection globe with touch tracking to even a physical tower defense game.