Vergence control for a biologically inspired binocular active vision system
Date of Issue2010
School of Computer Engineering
The human naturally possesses a robust and effective binocular vision system that utilizes saccade and vergence eye movements to explore the visual environment. This thesis studies how low-level visual functions such as vergence and saccade can provide a basis to build an active vision system that is able to robustly support scene exploration. Several available vision techniques were examined for suitability of application into human-like binocular active vision systems. A biologically inspired binocular active vision proof-of-concept platform was designed and built.
DRNTU::Engineering::Computer science and engineering::Computing methodologies::Artificial intelligence
Nanyang Technological University