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PCL - Point Cloud Library

PCL - Point Cloud Library
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Using Kinfu Large Scale to generate a textured mesh This tutorial demonstrates how to use KinFu Large Scale to produce a mesh (in meters) from a room, and apply texture information in post-processing for a more appealing visual result. The first part of this tutorial shows how to obtain the TSDF cloud from KinFu Large Scale. The second part shows how to convert the TSDF cloud into a uniform mesh. The third part shows how to texture the obtained mesh using the RGB images and poses we obtained from KinFu Large Scale. TSDF Cloud This section describes the TSDF Cloud, which is the expected output of KinFu Large Scale. You may be wondering: “What is the difference between a TSDF cloud and a normal point cloud?” Figure 1: The cube is subdivided into a set of Voxels. As you may already know, the way in which the TSDF volume is stored in GPU is a voxel grid. At the time of data extraction, the grid is traversed from front to back, and the TSDF values are checked for each voxel. Figure 2: A representation of the TSDF Volume grid in the GPU. $ . $ .

OpenCV | OpenCV functioning Nvidia Optimus in Mint13/14/15 To fix Nvidia Optimus problems install 'Bumblebee' and 'laptop-mode-tools'. These are working together to manage fan and cpu power-saving options. first: 1) sudo add-apt-repository ppa:bumblebee/stable This will add bumblebee to the repository. After initiating Code 1 , in terminal write: 2) sudo apt-get update 3) sudo apt-get install bumblebee bumblebee-nvidia virtualgl linux-headers-generic laptop-mode-tools When installing items finished, you need to alter some files as following: 4) sudo gedit /etc/bumblebee/bumblebee.conf Go to section starting with [bumblebeed] and add 'nvidia' to => Driver= should look like => Driver=nvidia Then search for this part: [driver-nvidia] and look around in the section to find two lines like the following, if not add it: KernelDriver=nvidia-current Module=nvidia Also read comments everytime, those are written for you to have a clue of what's going on. Now, save and close the document, you'll come back to terminal. 5) sudo gedit /etc/init/bumblebeed.conf start on

The SHOGUN Machine Learning Toolbox Documentation We use Doxygen for both user and developer documentation which may be read online here. More than 600 documented examples for the interfaces python_modular, octave_modular, r_modular, static python, static matlab and octave, static r, static command line and C++ libshogun developer interface can be found in the online documentation. In addition, examples are shipped in the examples/(un)documented/[interface] directory in the source code (where interface is one of r_static, octave_static, matlab_static, python, python_modular, r_modular, octave_modular, cmdline, libshogun). Here you may find links to the older, current (latest release) and latest (cutting edge code in github) versions of the documentation: Note that documentation for python-modular is most complete and also that python's help function will show the documentation when working interactively:

Hoppala | Mobile Augmented Reality 3D Scan 2.0 Scanning The only things you need are our framework, the Kinect and some AR markers. Therefor we constructed some Scan Tablets Point Cloud After scanning the object you get a colored point cloud. See more point clouds in our 3D Gallery ! Reconstruction Using a Poisson Surface Reconstruction algorithm you get a mesh which is then colored with our color mapping algorithm. Read more about the Poisson Surface Reconstruction. Quick Start » Get ready to scan: First step: Download our framwork Second step: Read the instructions to compile the framework. » Any Questions? Check the Documentation.

Boya.ca - Robótica de hardware abierto y software libre How to get Nvidia's proprietary driver to work This is a simple tutorial to help you get the Nvidia proprietary driver to work on Linux Mint 9 (Isadora) using Grub2. Part I (Why) The open source community has decided to create their own open source video driver for Nvidia video cords, called Nouveau. Part II (How) I followed this guide to get mine working, written by ferro. Good luck. Tags: Nvidia, Driver, Nouveau Created: 6 years ago. Other tutorials from ron_o No other tutorials.

Video: Introducing Gephi 0.7 Introducing Gephi 0.7 from gephi on Vimeo. This is a “madness” screencast overview of brand new Gephi 0.7. Turn on the sound, go on Vimeo to see it in HD, and enjoy! The video highlights the following features: Video License: Creative Commons By-NC-SA Music Credits: Feather Drug – Mysteries – Album Beta test V0.1 Related Posts: Demo Functionality ~ 0.7 video Trackback

Dibuja Libremente. Inkscape at the Libre Graphics Meeting April 12, 2014 The Inkscape project mustered nine developers, translators and document writers for a productive meeting. As well as countless user interactions over the course of the five day event. Read more... Inkscape sponsoring LGM attendance March 2, 2014 Thanks to generous donations from users, the Inkscape Project is pleased to pay for five developers to attend the Libre Graphics Meeting, to be held in Leipzig in April. ReconstructMe and Realistic 3D Scans | 3D Printing at UMW May 10, 2012 in Scanning by Tim Owens I’ve been playing recently with a great new piece of software called ReconstructMe which is free for now and Windows only. It uses the Xbox Kinect (an incredibly worthwhile investment for 3D scanning) to create 3D models. The greatest thing about this software is it stitches together scans in realtime so 360 degree scanning is easier than it has ever been before and the results are stunning. For this print I sat in a rolling chair with the Kinect mounted on a tripod faced at an angle and slowly turned 360 degrees to build it. In many ways it feels like the advances being made in this field are so incredibly fast moving that it’s hard to keep up.

CODESYS – industrial IEC 61131-3 SPS-Programming Printer Driver For Fuji-Xerox DocuCentre-II C3300 | World Of Nubcraft This post was published 1 year 1 month 11 days ago which may make many or all of its content outdated. Please follow at your own risk. Today, I was trying to print something at work and found out that our old Brother MFC 8840D printer was now replaced with a Fuji-Xerox DocuCentre-II C3300. The printer comes up in the network and is successfully identified (full printer name), but the driver is not listed anywhere. The above requires the source code to be compiled. Or you can search for other tutorials on compiling from source on Ubuntu. The first link above has the source code link and other information. Just unpack the zipped file. Lastly, the ppd file, named fxlinuxprint.ppd, should be located at the following location: /usr/share/cups/model/FujiXerox/en. Related Posts: No Related Posts

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