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Hello everyone;

I need your help people.I am working on a project :object tracking using webcam and i am using labview 2010.

anyone here send me the project at omertariq2000@gmail.com or at least elaborate me the algorithm to develop this project.

waiting for your reply soon. 

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National Instruments sells the Vision toolkit that can do object recognition in a scene.

http://sine.ni.com/nips/cds/view/p/lang/en/nid/209860

I'm not sure if that's sufficient for your needs or not -- you don't give a lot of detail of the type of tracking you're trying to do.

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