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Micro2 Final Presentation

Micro2 Final Presentation - Text Reader And Typer Project...

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Text Reader And Typer Project By: Brandon Smith
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What it does First, a picture containing text is used as an input. The program scans it for distinct characters. The user can create a word/sentence/etc. using the characters found in the input image by typing a code for a given character. When user is finished, the characters selected are written to a new image that is an output.
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Example Example of what it would look like to type some letters. Top is input, bottom is output.
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How to Use 1. The BF533 needs to be connected normally to the computer. 2. After program compiling, the file “imgInput” must have a 1000x24 image file loaded that contains distinct characters. Conveniently, some images bmp files that will work are already located in the same directory as this text file, though other files will work. To use a custom font, make a 1000x24 file in MSPaint, and save as a 256 color image. 3. After running the program, wait for a light sequence to appear on the board. This will be delayed for a second as the image is analyzed. Also, in the project console, you’ll see the text “** characters
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