Iterative closest point (ICP) is a popular algorithm employed to register two sets of curves, two sets of surfaces, or two point clouds. The Iterative Closest Point (ICP) algorithm that uses the point-toplane error metric has been shown to converge much faster than one that uses the point-to-point error metric.
The RAVHEN prototype is capable of leaping obstacles over 30cm which makes it easy to jump its way through the stairs.
A rapidly exploring random tree algorithm designed to efficiently search high dimensional space to find an optimal path for a mobile robot.
Implemented Snapchat like face swap filter by performing face warping on the two images using Triangulation and Thing Plate Spline. The result was further processed using Poisson Blending and Motion Filtering to reduce the amount of flickering in the video.
Finding a good initial estimate of the parameters i.e. solving for K matrix (intrinsics) and [R,t] (extrinsics) so as to feed it to a non-linear optimizer (Minimum Least Square).