Robotic Imaging

Jan 6th, 2022

Burst mode is a common feature in mobile phones which allows you to capture a series of image frames in quick succession. This article explores the principle of burst imaging, the advantages it brings to robotic vision and promising future impacts.

Jan 29th, 2022

There are several imaging trade-offs in using a camera to capture a scene. It becomes challenging when there are visual challenges and/or if the camera has technical limitations. This article explores the fundamental trade-offs in imaging and some tips and tricks to capture visual challenges

Jan 30th, 2022

Image acquisition plays an important role in robotic imaging. While you can either synchronise image acquisition and robot initialisation or actively update state between a camera and a robot, there are multiple imaging parameters that need to be tuned to capture images with minimum visual challenges. This article explores the programming insights of capturing an image for robotic applications.

Feb 3rd, 2022

Computer vision, according to IBM, is a field of artificial intelligence that enables computers and systems to derive meaningful information from digital images, videos and other visual inputs — and take actions or make recommendations based on that information. Computer vision employed on robotic systems is called robotic vision. This article explores the term robotic imaging and how does this idea fit in the world of computer vision

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