Webinar on 3DV stereo system

On April 2, 2014, AutonomouStuff hosted VisLab's webinar on:

“3DV: A Tool for World Reconstruction through Artificial Vision”

The webinar was highly successful since more than 200 people registered for the event. It was a great opportunity to learn the technical specifications and features of the 3DV, a stereoscopic vision system able to provide the full 3D reconstruction of the scene framed by its two embedded cameras. Thanks to VisLab’s proprietary algorithms developed throughout the years, 3DV is able to provide a dense 3D map of the surroundings (a 3D point cloud of up to 3 millions 3D points per second) in real time thus a quick interpretation of the environment detecting and tracking obstacles and estimating the terrain surface and slope.

For those of you who were not able to attend the webinar, we recorded it and made it available via our YouTube Channel:

Full webinar recording

3DV is available to power third parties robotics/vehicular/rover platforms and is easily integrated on existing systems.

The VisLab team, after the development of several prototypes throughout the last 20+ years, on March 31, 2014 presented a new prototype vehicle equipped with a unique sensor suite -heavily based on the 3DV product- able to cover a 360° view of the surroundings and featuring the complete integration of all its sensors in the chassis.

Our thanks to AutonomouStuff for hosting us.