November 28, 2017
Pyper is developed by The Margrie Laboratory.
Pyper provides real-time or pre-recorded motion tracking of a specimen in an open-field. Pyper can send TTL pulses based on detection of the specimen within user-defined regions of interest. The software can be used through the command line or through a built-in graphical user interface. The live feed can be provided by a USB or Raspberry Pi camera.
Find more information here.
Manual for Pyper.