ROSCon 2017: Using Google Tango with ROS -- Perrine Aguiar and Ruben Smits (Intermodalics)

Looking foward to ROSCon 2018 we're highlighting presentations from last year.

Ruben and Perrine present the Tango ROS Streamer which shows how to turn your Tango enabled device into a rich datasource for a ROS robot.



For developers who want to extend their robot with new sensors for indoor positioning and 3D perception, Intermodalics created the Tango ROS Streamer App. This Android app for Tango compatible devices provides real-time 3D pose estimates using Tango's visual-inertial odometry (VIO) algorithms, camera images and point clouds into the ROS ecosystem. The app is already freely available on the PlayStore and its code is fully open source..


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