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Contact: Jürgen Sturm
We provide a large dataset containing RGB-D data and ground-truth data with the goal to establish a novel benchmark for the evaluation of visual odometry and visual SLAM systems. Our dataset contains the color and depth images of a Microsoft Kinect sensor along the ground-truth trajectory of the sensor. The data was recorded at full frame rate (30 Hz) and sensor resolution (640×480). The ground-truth trajectory was obtained from a high-accuracy motion-capture system with eight high-speed tracking cameras (100 Hz). Further, we provide the accelerometer data from the Kinect. Finally, we propose an evaluation criterion for measuring the quality of the estimated camera trajectory of visual SLAM systems.
The research in monocular SLAM technology is mainly based on the EKF(Extended Kalman Filter) SLAM approaches.
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