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Presentations from the PCL tutorial at RSS 2011

We uploaded some of the presentations given by our team of lecturers at the RSS 2011 PCL tutorial in Los Angeles, CA. Please visit http://www.pointclouds.org/media/rss2011.html for more information.

We would like to thank the conference organizers (go USC!), our lecturers, and of course, all the participants, for the extremely interesting discussions and all the fun times we had in LA!

Obviously the presentations can only capture a small part of what happened on site, including (what is potentially a world premiere!) our lecturers giving talks from overseas via 3D point clouds, the online coding sessions, and all the crazy Kinect/PSDK hackery that went on.

Hope to see you again at IROS in San Francisco, and thanks again for your continuous interest in PCL!

PCL Tutorial at RSS 2011

Tutorial on 3D Point Cloud Processing: PCL (Point Cloud Library)

July 1, 2011 @ USC in Los Angeles, California (full day)

In conjunction with RSS (Robotics: Science and Systems) 2011

 

http://www.pointclouds.org/media/rss2011.html

 

Tutorial Description

With the advent of new, low-cost hardware such as OpenNI compatible cameras and continued efforts in advanced open source 3D point cloud processing, 3D perception gains more and more importance in robotics, as well as other fields. The workshop attempts to motivate new developers and ideas to delve into this subject by offering a tutorial on point cloud processing using the emerging Point Cloud Library (PCL), which presents an advanced and extensive approach to the subject, as well as providing an overview of existing systems applying these techniques. Our goal is to provide an excellent reference material for students and researchers interested in this subject and take our guests through a complete application demonstration (given live) that combines subjects such as filtering, feature estimation, segmentation, registration, object recognition and finally surface reconstruction. The tutorial will be held using OpenNI compatible sensors, so we encourage the audience to bring theirs so we can follow all the steps together. We're…

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