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The Field-of-View Constraint of Markers for Mobile Robot with Pan-Tilt Camera

  title={The Field-of-View Constraint of Markers for Mobile Robot with Pan-Tilt Camera},
  author={Hongxuan Ma and Wei Zou and Zheng Zhu and Siyang Sun and Zhaobing Kang},
In the field of navigation and visual servo, it is common to calculate relative pose by feature points on markers, so keeping markers in camera's view is an important problem. In this paper, we propose a novel approach to calculate field-of-view (FOV) constraint of markers for camera. Our method can make the camera maintain the visibility of all feature points during the motion of mobile robot. According to the angular aperture of camera, the mobile robot can obtain the FOV constraint region… Expand


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