repa-v4l2

Provides high-level access to webcams. https://github.com/cgo/hsimage

Latest on Hackage:0.2.0.0

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LGPL licensed by Christian Gosch
Maintained by Christian Gosch
Provides high-level access to webcams for Haskell programs.

The current state is that the library provides a monad for
grabbing images from a webcam under Linux. In the future, more functionality like
image processing functions and other input devices may be added.

Last time I checked, the v4l2 package was not on hackage,
but it can be retrieved from here:
https://gitorious.org/hsv4l2

For images, repa arrays are used. Therefore, all the repa goodness
can be used with the data. It should also be possible without too much hassle
to write a function which gets the data into a different type of array,
if that is necessary.

Getting an image with a v4l webcam works like this:

> import Graphics.Webcam.Linux
> main = runCam (grab >>= saveBmp "my_image.bmp") (Webcam 0)

If anyone wants to help, please contact me!
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