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A Human Eye Like Perspective for Remote Vision
 

Summary: A Human Eye Like Perspective
for Remote Vision
Curtis M. Humphrey, Stephen R. Motter,
and Julie A. Adams
Depart. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN, USA
[curtis.m.humphrey, stephen.r.motter,
julie.a.adams]@vanderbilt.edu
Mark Gonyea
Math and Computer Science
Vanderbilt RET and Smyrna High School
Smyrna, TN, USA
gonyeam@rcs.k12.tn.us
Abstract-- Robots in remote environments (e.g., emergency
response) have many potential benefits and affordances, with
imagery (or video) being a major, if not primary, affordance.
However, remote imagery is usually affected by the keyhole effect,
or viewing the world through a "soda straw." This work focuses
on reducing the keyhole effect by improving the viewing angle of

  

Source: Adams, Julie A. - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Vanderbilt University

 

Collections: Engineering; Computer Technologies and Information Sciences