This pages gives brief descriptions of AR projects in the University of Auckland Robotics Lab.
Mixed Reality Simulation for Mobile Robots
This project investigates ways to enhance the robot development environment. Motivated by concerns regarding cost, safety, and time required in experimentation of expensive robot components or high risk robot operations, this research applies mixed reality technology to create an Hardware-In-the-Loop based simulation environment for testing of robot systems. More info here.
Ian Chen (PhD)
SLAM Algorithm Development using Augmented Reality
Development of SLAM algorithms is difficult because of the complex interaction between the internal robot state, the perceived scene and the actual scene. This project presents novel augmented reality based visualisation techniques which display the algorithm's progress by visualising feature and robot pose estimates, as well as correlations between features and clusters of features.
Alex Kozlov (PhD)
Augmented Reality Visualisation for Robot Developers
This project examines the use of augmented reality visualisation to assist robot developers understand complex robot data. An intelligent debugging space has been created that uses AR to register robot sensory data and internal algorithm state information in context with the real world.
Dr. Toby Collett
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