To improve object detection of club heads and balls, the following requirements should be considered:
You should avoid this kind of situation:
We know our player had a club speed around 97 mph. However, if the ball comes from highlands to shadow detection, it may not be recognized correctly and the speed of the ball may decrease.
Light conditions impact on number and detections?
Yes, that’s a great addition to the requirements for improving object detection of club heads and balls. Stable lighting conditions help ensure that the objects are consistently illuminated, which can help reduce the likelihood of false detections or missed detections caused by changes in lighting. In particular, it’s important to avoid situations where the objects move quickly from areas of low light to areas of high light or vice versa, as this can create challenging conditions for detection algorithms to accurately identify the objects. By ensuring that the lighting conditions are stable and consistent, it can help improve the reliability and accuracy of object detection for club heads and balls.