Active perception of deformable objects using 3D cameras
Document typeConference report
PublisherEscuela Superior de Ingenieros de la Universidad de Sevilla
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Perception and manipulation of rigid objects has received a lot of attention, and several solutions have been proposed. In contrast, dealing with deformable objects is a relatively new and challenging task because they are more complex to model, their state is difficult to determine, and self-occlusions are common and hard to estimate. In this paper we present our progress/results in the perception of deformable objects both using conventional RGB cameras and active sensing strategies by means of depth cameras.We provide insights in two different areas of application: grasping of textiles and plant leaf modelling.
CitationAlenyà, G. [et al.]. Active perception of deformable objects using 3D cameras. A: Workshop Español de Robótica. "Robot 2011: robótica experimental: 28-29 noviembre 2011". Sevilla: Escuela Superior de Ingenieros de la Universidad de Sevilla, 2011, p. 434-440.
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