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Photometric visual servoing for omnidirectional cameras


2D visual servoing consists in using data provided by a vision sensor for controlling the motions of a dynamic system. Most of visual servoing approaches has relied on the geometric features that have to be tracked and matched in the image acquired by the camera. Recent works have highlighted the interest of taking into account the photometric information of the entire image. This approach was tackled with images of perspective cameras. We propose, in this paper, to extend this technique to central cameras. This generalization allows to apply this kind of method to catadioptric cameras and wide field of view cameras. Several experiments have been successfully done with a fisheye camera in order to control a 6 degrees of freedom (dof) robot and with a catadioptric camera for a mobile robot navigation task.
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hal-00829822 , version 1 (03-06-2013)



Guillaume Caron, Eric Marchand, El Mustapha Mouaddib. Photometric visual servoing for omnidirectional cameras. Autonomous Robots, 2013, 35 (2-3), pp.177-193. ⟨10.1007/s10514-013-9342-3⟩. ⟨hal-00829822⟩
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