[AG-TECH] AG SIGGRAPH Session 30th April "Live Localisation and Mapping with a Single Camera"
Martin.Turner at manchester.ac.uk
Wed Apr 21 11:47:15 CDT 2010
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Andrew Davison, Imperial College "Live Localisation and Mapping with a
30th April 2010, 2-3pm (BST) Room 1.10, Kilburn Building, The University
Recent advances in probabilistic Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping
(SLAM) algorithms, together with modern computer power, have made it
possible to create practical systems able to perform real-time
estimation of the motion of a camera in 3D purely from the image stream
it acquires. This is of interest in many application fields, including
robotics, wearable computing and augmented reality. I will explain the
main aspects of the algorithms behind visual SLAM techniques, and
present recent work which is now turning towards not just estimating
camera motion but also recovering dense scene models in real-time.
Part of http://manchester.siggraph.org/
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