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Published on Apr 24, 2012
A video showing the output of real-time perception algorithms produced at the Australian Centre for Field Robotics (ACFR), The University of Sydney. This video shows the segmentation and tracking of dynamic objects in an outdoor environment, using Velodyne 3D LIDAR data. In the first scenario, two people run in a loop to demonstrate the tracking. In the second scenario, an example is shown where an object is thrown, to demonstrate the fidelity of the real-time scene segmentation and tracking performance. This research was supported in part by the Centre for Intelligent Mobile Systems (CIMS), funded by BAE Systems as part of an ongoing partnership with the University of Sydney.