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Localization is the problem of estimating a robot's pose relative to a map of its environment.

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There is one really simple solution: take a snapshot of the scene, move to the side a few centimetres and take another snapshot. Alternatively, move forward with the camera pointed to one side. Now yo …
answered May 25 '15 by Octopus
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In your particular case, isn't it easiest to just transpose the axes: Bx = Az By = -Ay Bz = Ax Or if you want to write that as a matrix transform: B = A * [ [ 0, 0, 1 ], [ 0, -1, …
answered Mar 28 '13 by Octopus
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Optical flow sensors (such as those used in computer mouses) are good for this situation. Most will give output in terms of translation. Alternatively, you can just use a basic camera and run some op …
answered Jul 31 '15 by Octopus
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I think you could use bearing (or azimuth or right ascension) and mark (or altitude or declination). For example 0 mark 0 is straight ahead and on the horizon. 30 mark 30 is 30 degrees to the right an …
answered Mar 25 '13 by Octopus
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Primarily it will be GPS based. I have a Phantom 3 Pro and I have seen how the Go Home feature works. Before it returns to the x,y coordinates set as "home" it goes to a specific altitude. Presumably …
answered Dec 23 '15 by Octopus