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3D model selection from an internet database for robotic vision

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3D model selection from an internet database for robotic vision
Abstract-- We propose a new method for automatically accessing an internet database of 3D models that are searchable only by their user-annotated labels, for using them for vision and robotic manipulation purposes. Instead of having only a local database containing already seen objects, we want to use shared databases available over the internet. This approach while having the potential to dramatically increase the visual recognition capability of robots, also poses certain problems, like wrong annotation due to the open nature of the database, or overwhelming amounts of data (many 3D models) or the lack of relevant data (no models matching a specified label). To solve those problems we propose the following: First, we present an outlier/inlier classification method for reducing the number of results and discarding invalid 3D models that do not match our query. Second, we utilize an approach from computer graphics, the so called 'morphing', to this application to specialize t...
Ulrich Klank, Muhammad Zeeshan Zia, Michael Beetz
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Type Journal
Year 2009
Where ICRA
Authors Ulrich Klank, Muhammad Zeeshan Zia, Michael Beetz
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