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Nick Choi, MathWorks
By using various computer vision techniques, Raspberry Pi™ is able to determine whether a gear has a broken tooth or not. If a defect is detected, it will circle it on the video display.
Using Simulink to Program Raspberry Pi for Image Inversion
Raspberry Pi Programming using Simulink
Creating a Simulink Block Using MATLAB Code
Determining Vibro-Acoustic Effects in Multidomain Systems...
Programming Raspberry Pi with Simulink
Creating and Using Shortcuts
Creating a Simulink Project
Simulink for Work Groups Using Simulink Projects
Developing and Verifying Active Safety Features Using...
Eliminating Design Errors in Your Algorithm Using Simulink...
Designing Superconducting Systems using MATLAB and Simulink
How to Develop Interactive User Interfaces for Simulink...
Using MATLAB and Simulink for EcoCAR at The Ohio State
Using an RC Controller with Arduino and Simulink
CPF Model and EKF Development Using Simulink and Global...
The Vanderbilt Haptic Paddle: Educational Haptics Using...
Using MATLAB and Simulink to Spark Creativity in EcoCAR 3
LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 Programming Using Simulink
Agile Model-Driven Engineering Using Simulink and Simscape
Implementation of Algorithm for Extension of Unambiguous...
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