Image: depth map of a room, generated using LSD-SLAM, a monocular technique (1).
Monocular slam has many possible applications in the real world, using drones to map 3D environments, find survivors from disaster zones, or as a cheap way of giving environmental awareness to household robots... Read more
Image: Dyson's 360 Eye robotic vacuum cleaner, which employs the use of monocular SLAM (3).
Supervised by Dr. Stefan Leutenegger, our group has produced this website to present information we have gathered while researching the area of monocular simultaneous localisation and mapping (SLAM). Over the nine-week course, conducting collective and individual research on multiple sub-topics within our designated research area has given us substantial experience in group work and coordination, academic research and referencing, web development and report writing. As well as this, we have all been introduced to the fascinating topic of SLAM and research at the forefront of this area.
We also delivered a presentation on this topic:
Contributed heavily towards the mathematics shown.