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Casper Cartridge is a USB-bootable Linux environment on which you can enjoy state-of-the-art technologies of Augmented Reality and Mixed Reality.
This is a very short documentation of how you install the casper cartridge onto a 4GB USB memory and run AR applications.
Version 5 is out on 2012/10/09-. Please go and check them.
The casper cartdige 4.75E is released as a stable version.
(I waited for OpenCV 2.3.2 to come by 2011/12, but it has not come up to now, 2012/01/04)
Oops, the previous 4.75E file was corrupted due to the problem at uploading.
I replaced it (2012/03/01).
(replaced on 2012/03/01)
Latest and recommended
More than 900MB free space available (you can remove files under ~/Downloads/)
Tips to run sample programs
4.75E internal memo, Applied debian packages (dpkg -l)
Ubunutu 4.10.1 LTS / 2,560,000 KB
- OpenCV2.3.1, ARToolKit 2.7.21, PTAM r114, PTAMM v1.3, Polyora 1.0.2, BazAR 1.3.1, voodoo 1.1.0
- Ecripse 3.5.2 with C/C++, R, libsvm
- [Error] Continuous pulseaudio error is being logged at /var/log, which reduces disk space very rapidly.
- (OpenCV2.3.1 cmake log, 4.73Pre1 memo)
Older versions could be found here.
(1) What you need:
This is very similar to the procedure of "Burn your CD or create a bootable USB stick"
Boot a PC by the cooked USB memory stick and enjoy.
"00README-casper*.txt" on the desktop would help you.
(You need a USB bootable PC and you may need to set-up BIOS to allow the PC to boot from USB memory stick.)
Use it at your own risk.
The softwares on the casper cartridges are subject to the original authors.
Please read carefully the copyright notice of each software before you use it.
KAMEDA, Yoshinari; kameda[at]iit.tsukuba.ac.jp