Fly's Eye Video / Photometer / Sferic Analysis Toolbox
Christopher Barrington-Leigh, STARLab, Stanford
Here are some relevant keywords with which one might want to find this
Matlab video analysis
Matlab astronomy starfield matching pointing determination
Matlab 5. Mapping Toolbox.
If you are using any digitized nighttime video data (especially with stars
visible), Fly's Eye data, Mark Stanley's (NMT) "3c2" (three-channel,
2 microsecond) data, or etc, you may be interested in some of the routines
contained here. They were programmed on Matlab 5 with a Mapping Toolbox
(for some parts) under Windows NT. The easiest way to use it is to copy
the whole directory structure to your disk, put it all in the default path,
and then type "fly" at the prompt to bring up the analysis tool menu.
Use the help browser (or "help fly") to peruse the functions.
If your operating system is case sensitive, you will likely need to change
a bunch of filenames which seem to have been capitalized randomly on Windows
NT, a confused operating system. If your operating system requires
short filenames, good luck.
(actually, routines are all case sensitive, ported to unix now)
You will want to edit flyHeader.m, which defines some default paths.
Other Fly's Eye related video capture and data acquisition software is
written in C++.
Please email me for help.
Let me see..
The files are in a directory structure starting with
Actually, it's moved; IF YOU'RE EVER EVEN INTERESTED TO DOWNLOAD ANYTHING MUCH FROM HERE, YOU'D BETTER EMAIL ME FIRST, SINCE THE VERSION ONLINE IS BOUND TO BE OUT OF DATE...