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A robot which is capable of moving from one place to another, usually of its own volition.

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I can think of two approaches to your problem. Use a stereo camera pair. You can use a stereo camera pair utilizing a camera with a 90 degree field of view while setting the appropriate baseline to …
answered Aug 3 '16 by user123456098
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Good day Note: I have found out that my code works. I have placed a minor explanation to be further expounded. I have been having trouble obtaining the right directional output from my implementatio …
asked May 22 '16 by user123456098
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In Stereo Vision, image rectification is used to "warp" (remap the pixels using the translation, rotation, fundamental matrices computed from camera calibration) the image to remove distortions introd …
answered Jan 17 '16 by user123456098
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I have found out that my code works. It is just that most of the literature I have read uses Lidar or Sonar sensors for histogram updates. I had assumed that in the case of a stereo vision set-up, all …
answered May 29 '16 by user123456098
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Good Day, I am working on an autonomous quadcopter. May I ask if there is a significant difference if my control loop dropped from 500Hz to 460Hz due to added lines of code that would require retunin …
asked Jul 25 '16 by user123456098
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Good day I am currently implementing the VFH algorithm. Is it possible to configure the algorithm such that a reactionary motion is generated at the presence of an obstacle? I have been able …
asked May 20 '16 by user123456098