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Oh yeah, forgot to mention that I'm trying to take the java out of the equation and have just the Arduino drive the LEDs.Thank you, though. Really appreciate this!
Dude this is a great tutorial and gave me piece of mind that my camera actually works! I only need b&w for Phase 1 of my project anyway so this is perfect.Two questions, though. (understanding this is "out of scope" of the tutorial)I've been trying to reduce the resolution from the 320x240 example for my purposes, but the pictures are still sized at that and the images come up garbled. Supposedly the camera can go down to 40x30 (I believe thats QQQQVGA) and if I can get it to do that it would save me some time, but even taking it down to 160x120 would help...The final part of this doesn't even output to a BMP file, but to a strand of LEDs. I think your captureImg is looping through x and y coordinates, but I can't seem to figure out how it's pulling the byte(s) of data per pixel (now you may see why I'm interested in reducing the resolution). If I can get the (b/w) color of that pixel and loop through, I think I'm in a really good state...
Dude, I love this. Good job!
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