Probabilistic representation of 3D object shape by in-hand exploration

@article{Faria2010ProbabilisticRO,
  title={Probabilistic representation of 3D object shape by in-hand exploration},
  author={Diego R. Faria and Ricardo Martins and Jorge Lobo and Jorge Dias},
  journal={2010 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems},
  year={2010},
  pages={1560-1565}
}
This work presents a representation of 3D object shape using a probabilistic volumetric map derived from in-hand exploration. The exploratory procedure is based on contour following through the fingertip movements on the object surface. We first consider the simple case of having single hand exploration of a static object. The cumulative pose data provides a 3D point cloud that is quantized to the probabilistic volumetric map. For each voxel we have a probability distribution for the occupancy… CONTINUE READING

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