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Real-time 3D SLAM for Humanoid Robot considering Pattern Generator Information

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Real-time 3D SLAM for Humanoid Robot considering Pattern Generator Information
Abstract— Humanoid robotics and SLAM (Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping) are certainly two of the most significant themes of the current worldwide robotics research effort, but the two fields have up until now largely run independent parallel paths, despite the obvious benefit to be gained in joining the two. The next major step forward in humanoid robotics will be increased autonomy, and the ability of a robot to create its own world map on the fly will be a significant enabling technology. Meanwhile, SLAM techniques have found most success with robot platforms and sensor configurations which are outside of the humanoid domain. Humanoid robots move with high linear and angular accelerations in full 3D, and normally only vision is available as an outward-looking sensor. Building on recently published work on monocular SLAM using vision, and on pattern generation, we show that real-time SLAM for a humanoid can indeed be achieved. Using HRP-2, we present results in which a sp...
Olivier Stasse, Andrew J. Davison, Ramzi Sellaouti
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where IROS
Authors Olivier Stasse, Andrew J. Davison, Ramzi Sellaouti, Kazuhito Yokoi
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