Recording and Using 3D Object Models with RoboEarth

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#Daniel Di Marco #Andreas Koch #Oliver Zweigle #Kai Haussermann #Bjorn Schiessle #Paul Levi #Dorian GalvezLopezy #Luis Riazueloy #Javier Civeray #J.M.M. Montiely #Moritz Tenorth #Alexander Perzylo #Markus Waibel #Rene van de Molengraft #sensorindependent object model database #colored point cloud models #Microsoft Kinect camera #RoboEarth #RGB camera #ROS

This video introduces a way to build up and use an extensive sensor-independent object model database. First it shows a cost-effective and computationally cheap way to create colored point cloud models from common household objects by using a Microsoft Kinect camera. Those object models are stored in a world-wide accessible, distributed database called RoboEarth. Finally, the models are used for recognizing the corresponding objects with any kind of camera. The video's demonstration was done with both a Kinect and common RGB cameras. The implementation is available as a set of ROS packages.

This video introduces a way to build up and use an extensive sensor-independent object model database. Those object models are stored in a world-wide accessible, distributed database called RoboEarth. The models are used for recognizing the corresponding objects with any kind of camera. The video's demonstration was done with both a Kinect and common RGB cameras.

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