Success with ROS and OpenNI, Python Scripting with OpenCV
ROS and OpenNI Update
This past week I have worked on installation ROS (Robot Operating System) on our desktop in the Ars Geometrica Lab in ISAT. With the ROS installation complete and usable, I began focusing on getting the OpenNI_launch and OpenNI_camera nodes working together to produce visuals from the Asus Xtion Pro Live.
ROS and Asus Xtion Pro Live
Xtion Pro Live Stereo Camera and OpenNI
BoofCV, Image Segmentation, and 3D Scanner
OpenSfM Revisited, Epipolar Geometry, and Possibility of Rendering
Progress with OpenSfM (Structure for Motion)
I’ve made some progress in the past week with getting a implementation of OpenSfM running on my own machine and finally have done so. I ran a couple of test 2D images through the reconstruction pipeline with moderate results. So, I thought it was time to run some actual 3D printed material through it.