3D Vision Brings Real-time Sensing to Robots

Tue, Jan 23, 2018 2:00 PM EST{LOCAL_TZ}

3D Vision Brings Real-time Sensing to Robots

Tue, Jan 23, 2018 2:00 PM EST


Presented By:

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Steve Crowe
Managing Editor
Robotics Trends
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Tully Foote
ROS Platform Manager
Open Source Robotics Foundation



Low-cost 3D depth sensing is helping developers build robots that can see like humans and sense depth and track motion in real time. This Robotics Business Review webcast, sponsored by Intel, examines trends and advancements in machine vision and the impact a low-cost, depth sensing camera is having on the robotics community.

Tully Foote, ROS platform manager at the Open Source Robotics Foundation, joins us to discuss how Intel RealSense cameras enable the TurtleBot 3 to map its environment, autonomously navigate, and manipulate objects. Foote also shares his thoughts on how machine vision can continue to improve.

Attendees of this webcast will also receive an in-depth report about Intel's RealSense cameras. The report examines RealSense's capabilities, including 3D depth sensing, mapping and navigation, facial recognition, obstacle avoidance and more. It also examines how machine vision is getting smarter thanks to artificial intelligence, profiles robots using RealSense cameras and discusses what is next for machine vision. Please complete the form below to register.



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