3 edition of Stereo depth distortions in teleoperation found in the catalog.
Stereo depth distortions in teleoperation
Daniel B. Diner
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Pasadena, Calif, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Daniel B. Diner, Marika von Sydow.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-180242.|
|Contributions||Sydow, Marika von., Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.)|
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Diner, D.B. and von Sydow, M. Dynamic Stereo Vision Depth Distortions in Teleoperation. International Symposium on Teleoperation and Control Springer-Verlag, New York # ISBN Google ScholarAuthor: Daniel B.
Diner, Derek H. Fender. Using stereoscopic video for defence teleoperation. various static and dynamic distortions, as well as various depth cue conflicts enough to the viewer such that stereo depth cues become.
The depth-refocused images are possible for a wide depth range from 25 cm to cm. Directional views of 22 x 22 and 9 x 9 in portions can be reconstructed for the single shot image capture and.
Although these concepts have begun to be addressed by designers of eye-slaved displays, the design of the visual channel of SE systems is likely to benefit from more widespread conceptualization of the eye as an output device as well as an input device.
There are a number of potential Stereo depth distortions in teleoperation book of utilizing such fixation information. The difference between telepresence and teleoperation can be further illustrated by the control of a model airplane (figure ).With telepresence, the operator sees and interacts with the environment just as they would if they were physically present inside the airplane, whereas simple remote (tele) operation is when the view and interaction come from an outside (second person) point of view.
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The aim of this paper is to provide an overview of AR research in robotics during the five year period from to This chapter reviews issues and needs in telerobotics. A telerobot is defined for our purposes as a robot controlled at a distance by a human operator, regardless of the degree of robot autonomy.
Sheridan (c) makes a finer distinction, which depends on whether all robot movements are continuously controlled by the operator (manually controlled teleoperator), or whether the robot has. Computer-controlled stereoscopic camera base used to assess visual depth judgment under orthostereoscopic and nonorthostereoscopic conditions.
Curtis Ikehara. Proc. SPIE.Stereoscopic Displays and Virtual Reality Systems VIII. When correctly implemented, stereoscopic 3D displays can provide significant benefits in many areas, including endoscopy and other medical imaging, teleoperated vehicles and telemanipulators, CAD, molecular modeling, 3D computer graphics, 3D visualization, photo interpretation, video-based training, and entertainment.
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Unfortunately, the surgeon's.Refer to Fig. 3 to see, at the top of Dante's mast, the teleoperation camera on a pan-tilt platform, be- neath which are the laser rangefinder and the transverse-mounted trinocular stereo jig. The scanning laser rangefinder senses terrain depth in a full circle around Dante.Visual feedback distortions, depth perception and lighting The positioning of the human eye creates the ability for us to see objects in three-dimensions .
The two eyes are placed apart (between 6cm and 7cm) and this provides the visual cortex with two images of the scene with a degree of geometric disparity between the two. In optics, this.