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research:quadcopter [2015/02/10 11:07]
Jörg Stückler
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 We are in particular interested in using monocular, stereo and [[research:​rgb-d_sensors_kinect|RGB-D]] cameras as the main sensor. We are currently working on dense visual odometry to reduce the drift of flying robots and [[research:​image-based_3d_reconstruction|dense 3D reconstruction]] to create volumetric models of the environment (e.g., for path planning and collision avoidance). ​ We are in particular interested in using monocular, stereo and [[research:​rgb-d_sensors_kinect|RGB-D]] cameras as the main sensor. We are currently working on dense visual odometry to reduce the drift of flying robots and [[research:​image-based_3d_reconstruction|dense 3D reconstruction]] to create volumetric models of the environment (e.g., for path planning and collision avoidance). ​
  
-In the summer term, we teach a class on [[teaching:​ss2015:​visnav2015|Visual ​Navigation ​for Flying Robots]] where teams of students implement their own ideas in a semester project on Crazyflie nanocopters,​ Parrot Ardrone and Bebop quadrocopters. ​+In the summer term, we teach a class on [[teaching:​ss2015:​visnav_ss2015|Vision-based ​Navigation]] where teams of students implement their own ideas in a semester project on Crazyflie nanocopters,​ Parrot Ardrone and Bebop quadrocopters. ​
  
 **If you are interested in a bachelor/​master thesis project in this area, please contact us.** **If you are interested in a bachelor/​master thesis project in this area, please contact us.**

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