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Which of CHDK features are most useful for you?

RAW
122 (11%)
Live histogram
63 (5.7%)
Zebra
45 (4%)
DOF calculator
25 (2.2%)
Misc. info (zoom/av/focus)
38 (3.4%)
Battery indicator
117 (10.5%)
Scripts execution
127 (11.4%)
Text reader
9 (0.8%)
File browser
25 (2.2%)
Calendar
2 (0.2%)
Clock
16 (1.4%)
Motion detection
98 (8.8%)
USB-cable remote
48 (4.3%)
Extended video limit
38 (3.4%)
Adjustable video bitrate
47 (4.2%)
Switchable noise reduction
49 (4.4%)
Stereo pictures helper
5 (0.4%)
Games :)
12 (1.1%)
Other / Unlisted
19 (1.7%)
Shutter speed overrides
113 (10.2%)
Custom grids
24 (2.2%)
Tv Bracketing
71 (6.4%)

Total Members Voted: 154

POLL: Most useful features

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Offline Pauls9

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Re: Most useful features
« Reply #10 on: 10 / December / 2007, 06:38:40 »
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My S3's better at chess than I am...

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Offline GrAnd

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Re: Most useful features
« Reply #11 on: 10 / December / 2007, 06:59:52 »
My S3's better at chess than I am...
Have you implemented the chess?  :blink:
Or you just mean Reversi?
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Offline wontolla

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Re: POLL: Most useful features
« Reply #12 on: 10 / December / 2007, 11:24:19 »
The code for a chess game is not long, it is just a fitness function to evaluate if one move is better than other. The problem with this kind of games is that you need a lot of memory to store a search tree with millions of leaves, each one representing a legal configuration of the chess board (even your movement or your opponent's). For example, a game like tic tac toe has a tree with around 300,000 leaves.

It may be possible to implement a chess game in the camera but if the memory is limited then the search tree is going to be small, in other words the "computer" would only calculate a limited number of future moving options and is going to be a pretty dumb chess player. (This could be very convinient, given my chess playing skills).


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Offline emu

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Re: POLL: Most useful features
« Reply #13 on: 10 / December / 2007, 18:03:54 »
The code for a chess game is not long, it is just a fitness function to evaluate if one move is better than other. The problem with this kind of games is that you need a lot of memory to store a search tree with millions of leaves, each one representing a legal configuration of the chess board (even your movement or your opponent's). For example, a game like tic tac toe has a tree with around 300,000 leaves.

It may be possible to implement a chess game in the camera but if the memory is limited then the search tree is going to be small, in other words the "computer" would only calculate a limited number of future moving options and is going to be a pretty dumb chess player. (This could be very convinient, given my chess playing skills).



seeing that problems it is very handy that we don't need chess on the cams  :P


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Offline PhyrePhoX

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Re: POLL: Most useful features
« Reply #14 on: 17 / December / 2007, 16:44:27 »
maybe it's possible to develop a game like MOZZIES that came out a few years ago for the siemens symbian based mobile phone SX1. you have to shoot mosquitos by using the built-in camera. the software calculated your movement and thus the mosquitos were shot according to your movement and precision. here's a screenshot:

since we already have motion detection it shouldnt be very hard to create a game like that. oh, and not only games, i guess there are "useful" applications using that "feature" possible as well :)

« Last Edit: 18 / November / 2008, 21:20:48 by PhyrePhoX »

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« Reply #15 on: 19 / April / 2008, 12:09:37 »
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« Last Edit: 01 / February / 2009, 12:58:14 by PS »

POLL Most useful features
« Reply #16 on: 11 / December / 2010, 08:10:40 »
its already there  I was just wondering how useful it was to people out here.

I like the reverse on the CDJ 1000. very useful in breaks. you just shake the switch on and off and it makes the audience go nuts

Re: POLL: Most useful features
« Reply #17 on: 01 / April / 2014, 00:27:15 »
Dead pixel line removal eclipses every other feature


 

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