Keeping distances using a depth camera (PMD) on NAO.

Keeping distances using a depth camera (PMD) on NAO.

NAO use the PMD Time Of Flight (TOF) camera to keep distance from front obstacles: current settings is 1m +/- 10cm. It’s my first test using this camera with a fully autonomous robot. Photos of montage: NB: The grey part, is just a small plastic bumper I quickly design to protect the camera. To be continued…

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6 Responses to Keeping distances using a depth camera (PMD) on NAO.

  1. earthlinglife says:

    its feet are so clanky…clank clank clank 😛

  2. knabbers says:

    Hi, did you ever manage to obtain a TOF camera? It would greatly benefit my A level autonomous flying vehicle project. Thanks a lot

  3. PMDTec says:

    PMDTec sells them directly. Feel free to contact us through our website if you’re interested in one or need more information. I can’t post the link, but it should be easy enough to figure out ;-).

  4. Angelica Lim says:

    And autonomous exploration — very much looking forward to this.

  5. Angelica Lim says:

    Ditto on Taylor’s comment! This one looks nice and thin…

  6. taylorveltrop says:

    I want a TOF camera! These PMD ones look great! Where can I get one?

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