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research:rgb-d_sensors_kinect [2015/08/29 11:51]
Jörg Stückler
research:rgb-d_sensors_kinect [2017/05/22 11:55] (current)
jaimez
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-Contact: [[members:stueckle|Jörg Stückler]]+Contact: [[members:jaimez|Mariano Jaimez]] and [[members:​maierr|Robert Maier]] 
  
-In the past year, novel camera systems like the Microsoft Kinect or the Asus Xtion sensor that provide both color and dense depth images became readily available. There are great expectations that such systems will lead to a boost of new applications in the field of 3D perception which is particularly relevant for robots operating in unstructured environments ​and under real-world conditions+In the past years, novel camera systems like the Microsoft Kinect or the Asus Xtion sensor that provide both color and dense depth images became readily available. There are great expectations that such systems will lead to a boost of new 3D perception-based ​applications in the fields ​of robotics ​and visual&​augmented reality 
  
-We are specifically interested in using RGB-D sensors for 3D mapping and localization,​ path planning, navigation, object recognition and people tracking. ​+We are specifically interested in using RGB-D sensors for 3D mapping and localization,​ path planning, ​autonomous ​navigation, object recognition and people tracking. ​
  
 See also our research on [[research:​vslam:​rgbdslam|RGB-D SLAM]]. See also our research on [[research:​vslam:​rgbdslam|RGB-D SLAM]].
  
-**If you are interested in a bachelor/​master thesis project in this area, please contact us.** 
  
  

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