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Image Averaging
Mike Sauter from United States  [1 posts]
8 years
Hey, first off I love RR

current problem: I have two images I want averaged for better wall/object avoidance,  is there some way that could be done? (Included examples, and a sample average)

Also, I have my robot's cameras from a simulation environment outputting to a file, I was wondering if there was a way to make him "see" 3D, depth and whatnot

Thanks

   
Anonymous 8 years
Mike,

Yes, have you looked at the average module?

http://www.roborealm.com/help/Average.php

Why do you want to average the images? Not sure how that would really improve the wall object avoidance ... unless the images are really noisy. But you seem to be using a simulator?

Yes, depth is possible with two images but it will not really work in the simulation environment as there is not nearly enough texture. What you could do instead is just track the green floor similar to our obstacle avoidance tutorial at

http://www.roborealm.com/tutorial/Obstacle_Avoidance/slide010.php

STeven.

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