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Asbjørn Berge

Senior Research Scientist

Asbjørn Berge

Senior Research Scientist

Asbjørn Berge
Phone: 480 31 231
Mobile: 480 31 231
Department: Smart Sensor Systems
Office: Oslo

publications and responsibilities

Publications

Publication

Real-time online camera synchronization for volume carving on GPU

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1121677

Volume carving is a well-known technique for reconstructing a 3D scene from a set of 2D images, using features detected in individual cameras, and camera parameters. Spatial calibration of the cameras is well understood, but the resulting carved volume is very sensitive to temporal offsets between t...

Authors Haufmann Torkel Andreas Brodtkorb André Berge Asbjørn Kim Anna
Year 2013
Type Conference paper/Book chapter
Publication

Fast high resolution 3D laser scanning by real-time object tracking and segmentation

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+977035

This paper presents a real-time contour tracking and object segmentation algorithm for 3D range images. The algorithm is used to control a novel micro-mirror based imaging laser scanner, which provides a dynamic trade-off between resolution and frame rate. The micro-mirrors are controllable, enablin...

Year 2012
Type Conference paper/Book chapter
Publication

A Motion based Real-time Foveation Control Loop for Rapid and Relevant 3D Laser Scanning

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=SINTEF+S19700

We present an implementation of a novel foveating 3D sensor concept, inspired by the human eye, which intends to allow future robots to better interact with their surroundings. The sensor is based on a time-of-flight laser scanning technology, where each range distance measurement is performed indiv...

Year 2011
Type Conference paper/Book chapter
Publication

A Motion based Real-time Foveation Control Loop for Rapid and Relevant 3D Laser Scanning

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=SINTEF+S20083

We present an implementation of a novel foveating 3D sensor concept, inspired by the human eye, which intends to allow future robots to better interact with their surroundings. The sensor is based on a time-of-flight laser scanning technology, where each range distance measurement is performed indiv...

Publication

A Motion based Real-time Foveation Control Loop for Rapid and Relevant 3D Laser Scanning

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+910723

We present an implementation of a novel foveating 3D sensor concept, inspired by the human eye, which intends to allow future robots to better interact with their surroundings. The sensor is based on a time-of-flight laser scanning technology, where each range distance measurement is performed indiv...

Year 2011
Type Conference paper/Book chapter
Publication

Robust 3D Object Localization and Pose Estimation for Random Bin Picking with the 3DMaMa Algorithm

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=SINTEF+S15281

Enabling robots to automatically locate and pick up randomly placed and oriented objects from a bin is an important challenge in factory automation, replacing tedious and heavy manual labor. A system should be able to recognize and locate objects with a predefined shape and estimate the position wit...

Year 2010
Type Conference paper/Book chapter
Publication

Robot navigation and obstacle detection in pipelines using time-of-flight imagery

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=SINTEF+S13187

Range imagery provided by time-of-flight (TOF) cameras has been shown to be useful to facilitate robot navigation in several applications. Visual navigation for autonomous pipeline inspection robots is a special case of such a task, where the cramped operating environment influences the range measur...

Year 2010
Type Conference paper/Book chapter
Publication

Pipeline Landmark Detection for Autonomous Robot Navigation using Time-of-Flight Imagery

http://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=SINTEF+S7619

...3D imaging systems provide valuable information for autonomous robot navigation based on landmark detection in pipelines. This paper presents a method for using a time-of-flight (TOF) camera for detection and tracking of pipeline features such as junctions, bends and obstacles. Feature extraction is...

Year 2008
Type Conference paper/Book chapter
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