The Scandy team has recently added support for the Robot Operating System (ROS) to ScandyCore, Scandy’s 3D scanning platform. This allows ScandyCore to acquire 3D data from any ROS-compatible depth sensor. It also provides our developers easy access to widely-used datasets, played into ScandyCore via ROS, for testing, validating, and benchmarking purposes. Below is an example 3D reconstruction using the freiburg2_rpy sequence from the RGB-D SLAM dataset and benchmark provided by the Computer Vision Group at Technical University of Munich.
In upcoming posts we’ll demonstrate live scanning in ScandyCore using a variety of depth sensors.
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