2D/3D Recognition

Features

SLAM with low limit on hardware

Kudan is developing the link between the plethora of devices and sensors that we call the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence: 3D Recognition Computer Vision Technology. It provides computers the ability to acquire, process, analyse and understand digital images as well as the ability to map its 3D environment, objects, and understand its location within it.

Key to making this work is providing a core technology for supporting 3D vision; Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping (SLAM) and Object Tracking is essential to enable device advanced visual sensing and navigation, measurement, recognition capabilities.
The Kudan Computer Vision SLAM engine will be the only hardware agnostic computer vision technology able to work on low end devices (monocamera and mobile processor), flexible with peripherals (stereo camera, depth sensor) and ready to be embedded on chipsets.

Demos

Kudan SLAM Engine: Tech Teaser

Kudan's stereo SLAM mapping and tracking a 6x4m room. Despite being a sparse SLAM solution, a dense point cloud is produced, providing more options for tracking and 3D reconstruction.


Kudan SLAM Engine

Kudan's stereo SLAM mapping and tracking a small desk environment. The stereo baseline is just 3CM and represented by the RGB camera axis length. Sub-millimeter movements are picked up and jitter when the camera remains still is very low.


Kudan SLAM for Headtracking - Tracking an Existing map

Kudan's SLAM system performing monocular tracking a pre-registered map of an office. The camera is held at head height and moved around in fashion consistent with head-tracking use-cases. The camera trajectory remains smooth even under fast motion. By tracking a pre-registered map, there is a lighter load on the processor and tracking times become more constant, allowing very low latency in VR head-tracking applications.

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