Culminating Project Title
Date of Award
Culminating Project Type
Computer Science: M.S.
Computer Science and Information Technology
School of Science and Engineering
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The open-source Robot Operating System (ROS) is a mixed and scalable P2P network-based robotics framework. We examine lensless compressive imaging using a hardware apparatus assembly having an imaging sensor, but no lens. Cameras with lenses have been the standard, but several factors constrain their application. Lensless cameras may reduce the cost, size, and weight of image processing as we move away from use of expensive lenses in robot designs. Lensless cameras can be used also in applications such medicine, where apparatus size is very important.
To support our objective we show how ROS applications are developed and most importantly how one can build applications that allows users to complete useful tasks in a timely manner with high performance.
Tomović, Aleksandar, "Implementing Lensless Cameras in Autonomous Robotic Systems" (2014). Culminating Projects in Computer Science and Information Technology. 1.