LaFiDa—A Laserscanner Multi-Fisheye Camera Dataset
AbstractIn this article, the Laserscanner Multi-Fisheye Camera Dataset (LaFiDa) for applying benchmarks is presented. A head-mounted multi-fisheye camera system combined with a mobile laserscanner was utilized to capture the benchmark datasets. Besides this, accurate six degrees of freedom (6 DoF) ground truth poses were obtained from a motion capture system with a sampling rate of 360 Hz. Multiple sequences were recorded in an indoor and outdoor environment, comprising different motion characteristics, lighting conditions, and scene dynamics. The provided sequences consist of images from three—by hardware trigger—fully synchronized fisheye cameras combined with a mobile laserscanner on the same platform. In total, six trajectories are provided. Each trajectory also comprises intrinsic and extrinsic calibration parameters and related measurements for all sensors. Furthermore, we generalize the most common toolbox for an extrinsic laserscanner to camera calibration to work with arbitrary central cameras, such as omnidirectional or fisheye projections. The benchmark dataset is available online released under the Creative Commons Attributions Licence (CC-BY 4.0), and it contains raw sensor data and specifications like timestamps, calibration, and evaluation scripts. The provided dataset can be used for multi-fisheye camera and/or laserscanner simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM). View Full-Text
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Urban, S.; Jutzi, B. LaFiDa—A Laserscanner Multi-Fisheye Camera Dataset. J. Imaging 2017, 3, 5.
Urban S, Jutzi B. LaFiDa—A Laserscanner Multi-Fisheye Camera Dataset. Journal of Imaging. 2017; 3(1):5.Chicago/Turabian Style
Urban, Steffen; Jutzi, Boris. 2017. "LaFiDa—A Laserscanner Multi-Fisheye Camera Dataset." J. Imaging 3, no. 1: 5.
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