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Paritosh Ahuja
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hey mates can anyone help me with source code in JAVA to scan retina, please help me out
 
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Definitely not related to user interfaces directly. Moving to Java in General.

You'll need the hardware for that first. Then you need to communicate with that piece of hardware. That's always going to depend on the exact brand and type of hardware involved. I don't know if simply web cams will suffice or if you need expensive equipment.
 
Paritosh Ahuja
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thanks Rob, but the problem is that i don't know how to establish communication between hardware and software, i am newbie, please explain a bit i will be very thankful, i really need this thing get done . See i know the hardware which is required but i don't actually have any idea to make both of them(hardware and software) communicate.
 
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And welcome to JavaRanch
 
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Paritosh Ahuja wrote:the problem is that i don't know how to establish communication between hardware and software, i am newbie, please explain a bit i will be very thankful, i really need this thing get done . See i know the hardware which is required but i don't actually have any idea to make both of them(hardware and software) communicate.


I would recommend calling up the hardware vendor to see what libraries they have. How you access those libraries will depend on what you get from them.

Henry
 
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