Real-time stereo vision integration into ROS

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From Konstantin Schauwecker via ros-users@

I'm glad to announce the ROS integration of the SP1 stereo vision system by Nerian Vision Technologies. The SP1 provides real-time 3D data through the use of a stereo camera and a powerful FPGA. In ROS, this data can be published as a point cloud or as a disparity map.

You can find the wiki page for the ROS node here:

Further information about the SP1 system can be found on the product page:

The ROS node and the API code are published under the MIT license, and can thus be freely modified and redistributed.

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