Title

Updating the stereo head research image processor (shrimp).

Poster Number

19

Format

Poster Presentation

Abstract/Artist Statement

SHRIMP (Stereo Head Research Image Processor) is a stereo camera system developed in the CVRG (Computer Vision and Robotics Group) lab. The goal of this project is to evaluate two major components of SHRIMP. First, the microcontroller responsible for position control is being replaced by a USB enabled chip with an 8051 core. The project involves developing an algorithm to best translate (x,y,z) coordinates sent via a USB link into motor positions. This allows SHRIMP to follow or focus attention on a specific object or action. Secondly, wireless components will be used to replace the existing image acquisition hardware. This will allow images to be sent directly to the image processor. Stereo image pairs are used to construct 3-D descriptions of the surrounding environment

Location

DeRosa University Center

Start Date

1-5-2001 9:00 AM

End Date

1-5-2001 5:00 PM

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Updating the stereo head research image processor (shrimp).

DeRosa University Center

SHRIMP (Stereo Head Research Image Processor) is a stereo camera system developed in the CVRG (Computer Vision and Robotics Group) lab. The goal of this project is to evaluate two major components of SHRIMP. First, the microcontroller responsible for position control is being replaced by a USB enabled chip with an 8051 core. The project involves developing an algorithm to best translate (x,y,z) coordinates sent via a USB link into motor positions. This allows SHRIMP to follow or focus attention on a specific object or action. Secondly, wireless components will be used to replace the existing image acquisition hardware. This will allow images to be sent directly to the image processor. Stereo image pairs are used to construct 3-D descriptions of the surrounding environment