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Extracting the Point of Impact from Simulated Shooting Target based on Image Processing


Tae-Guk Lee, Chang-Gyoon Lim, Kang-Chul Kim, Young-Min Kim, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 117-128, Feb. 2010
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Keywords: point of impact, shooting target, simulated shooting training system, image processing

Abstract

There are many researches related to a simulated shooting training system for replacing the real military and police shooting training. In this paper, we propose the point of impact from a simulated shooting target based on image processing instead of using a sensor based approach. The point of impact is extracted by analyzing the image extracted from the camera on the muzzle of a gun. The final shooting result is calculated by mapping the target and the coordinates of the point of impact. The recognition system is divided into recognizing the projection zone, extracting the point of impact on the projection zone, and calculating the shooting result from the point of impact. We find the vertices of the projection zone after converting the captured image to the binary image and extract the point of impact in it. We present the extracting process step by step and provide experiments to validate the results. The experiments show that exact vertices of the projection area and the point of impact are found and a conversion result for the final result is shown on the interface.


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[APA Style]
Tae-Guk Lee, Chang-Gyoon Lim, Kang-Chul Kim, & Young-Min Kim (2010). Extracting the Point of Impact from Simulated Shooting Target based on Image Processing. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 11(1), 117-128.

[IEEE Style]
T. Lee, C. Lim, K. Kim and Y. Kim, "Extracting the Point of Impact from Simulated Shooting Target based on Image Processing," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 117-128, 2010.

[ACM Style]
Tae-Guk Lee, Chang-Gyoon Lim, Kang-Chul Kim, and Young-Min Kim. 2010. Extracting the Point of Impact from Simulated Shooting Target based on Image Processing. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 11, 1, (2010), 117-128.