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High-Performance and Tunable Stereo Reconstruction

In this work, Researchers of MIT present an high-performance and tunable stereo disparity estimation method. It succeeds to reach a peak frame-rate of 120Hz (VGA resolution, on a single CPU-thread). This can potentially enable robots to quickly reconstruct their immediate surroundings and maneuver at high-speeds.

High-Performance and Tunable Stereo Reconstruction
S. Pillai, S. Ramalingam and J. Leonard
International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 2016

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