Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute
|3D Object Recognition
We are applying our techniques for surface representation and matching to object recognition problems; for example, we have used 3D object recognition as part of the Artisan system for interior mapping.
|3D Terrain Mapping
We are developing methods for building large-scale, topographic maps of unstructured outdoor environments.
|Advanced Sensor Based Defect Management at Construction Sites
This research project builds on, combines and extends the advances in generating 3D environments using laser scanners.
|Automatic 3D Modeling from Range Images
A system for generating 3D models of real-world objects without manual or mechanical aids.
|Exploitation of 3-D Data
The E3D project will develop technology to detect, characterize and recognize vehicular targets in 3-D data.
We are adding visual recognition and navigation to Honda's humanoid robots
This project seeks to develop softwares needed to program autonomous mobile robots in partially known, changing, and unpredictable environments.
Surface registration is applied to a variety of problems, including object modelling and mapping of large areas.
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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