Announcement of ROS In-hand scanner

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From Patrick Wiesen via ros-users@

I'd like to announce my first ROS package - the ROS In-hand scanner. It is a 3D Scanning application based on the PCL In-hand scanner for small objects by Martin Sälzle and the PCL developers.

Until now it was only possible to use OpenNI based sensors. I implemented a standard ROS interface for PointCloud2 message type.

My first results using Intel RealSense can be seen in the following video:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-EoR_OK9GCgcEw3V0l1ZnNPU2s/view

For the future it could be possible to create a RVIZ plugin, implement a global registration or generate watertight meshes for 3D printing applications.

You find the source code on GitHub:
https://github.com/RodBelaFarin/ros_in_hand_scanner

A ROS wiki page including some instructions on how to use will follow soon hopefully.

For the moment have fun with scanning!

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