Select these parameters to compute the binary-weighted center of gravity of the polygons that form convex hulls of objects. A convex hall is defined as an imaginary elastic string, stretched around the object. The convex center of gravity is calculated from the binary moments using the contour integration technique, which treats convex hulls as filled polygons and disregards any holes and internal objects the objects might contain.
CenterConvX and CenterConvY are returned in calibrated units.