In graphs of computed vs. actual distance, there is a line showing
the ideal values with a slope of 1. Linear least squares regression
was done on these

data to generate a straight line. With these data, In conclusion
to the experiment described in Objective – part B, my hypothesis
was only

partially correct. From these results, it does not seem that accuracy
is improved when the object is closer to the camera. It also shows
that the

distance is calculated quite well. Distance vs. area data shows
that the area calculations are rather poor.

The graph of area values
at the different distances was done similarly. Linear least squares
regression. The results for angle of rotation showed similar

conclusions to the distance data. Accuracy of the calculated angle
of rotation was very close to the ideal values, as it was for
distance. The area

calculated after each of the rotations seems to once again be
quite poor.

When angle of tilt
is examined, it can be seen that accuracy starts out very good,
and gradually becomes worse. The area data for angle of tilt are

poor.

Overall, I am quite
pleased with the accuracy of the distance, rotation, and tilt
calculations. However, the area calculations were overall poor.