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I am projecting a 3D Point Cloud on a 2D image incoming as ROS 2 messages. Now, I want to fill the gaps between pixels from the point cloud, so that I can see an area, instead of single pixels and publish the overlay (point cloud + camera) image. I found here a similar question, but unfortunately it hasn't been answered.

What I am trying to achieve is:

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I tried at first some voronoi diagram, but I haven't succeeded. My Node is written in C++ using OpenCV for image processing.

Does anyone has an idea, how can I achieve it?

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I managed to achieve better results with cv::dilate.

As far as I tested, I haven't lost any perfomance and it is really easy to implement.

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I think that a good approach could be:

Even easier, if you know that your region are always going to be axis aligned rectangles as in the example image:

  • get the min and max of both X and Y coordinates in each point set

  • draw rectangles on the image with rectangle

For both rectangle and drawContours you can specify a negative thickness value to have the shape filled in the specified color.

A minor comment if you have similar doubts in the future: try to post a minimal working example, and possibly make it ROS-independent (e.g. save the projected points in JSON and the image as JPG) to ask for advice also on StackOverflow (or any other forum).

Hope this helps!

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  • $\begingroup$ I achieved better results using the cv::dilate function. Thank you for your input anyway. $\endgroup$
    – renan
    Oct 30, 2023 at 10:04

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