Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Stixel World

A first implementation of detecting stixels from stereo data. Stixels, a compact representation of 3D space for robot obstacle avoidance and navigation. Introduced by Badino et. al., 2009, stixels are a method to detect the nearest obstacles in front of … Continue reading

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A Case Of the Missing Marbles

What better way to spend a rainy June afternoon than to wander through the halls of the British Museum, taking in 2500 year-old scenes, real and mythical, immortalized in marble? My report on the Elgin Marbles, here.

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