A good option to reduce the min range is the nyko zoom. It needs some
On Wed, Oct 24, 2012 at 12:39 AM, Troy Boswell <troy.boswe...@gmail.com>wrote:
> Depends on how path planning and object detection are performed, and the--
> speed of the robot. I built an occupancy grid so latency was an issue as
> the robot moved at 0.5m/s, thus I had to get the localization of the robot
> (its location in the map) to the object detection server and capture the
> kinect images prior to the images becoming invalid for the provided
> localisation data. This isn't the only approach available, due to the
> kinect having minimum depth range of 500mm you need close range sensor
> anyway. Use these for collision avoidance (direct control of drive frame)
> and stream the kinect at a reduced rate to look for distant obstacles,
> since there will be a large amount of error in the distance to the detected
> object you will need to determine how much error will exist and the
> decision that the robot will make.
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