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Building upon the recent progress in novel view synthesis, we propose its application to improve monocular depth estimation. In particular, we propose a novel training method split in three main steps. First, the prediction results of a monocular depth network are warped to an additional view point. Second, we apply an additional image synthesis ne...
As it is well known, some versions of the Pepper robot provide poor depth perception due to the lenses it has in front of the tridimensional sensor. In this paper, we present a method to improving that faulty 3D perception. Our proposal is based on a combination of the actual depth readings of Pepper and a deep learning-based monocular depth estima...
In this paper, we propose a new dataset for outdoor depth estimation from single and stereo RGB images. The dataset was acquired from the point of view of a pedestrian. Currently, the most novel approaches take advantage of deep learning-based techniques, which have proven to outperform traditional state-of-the-art computer vision methods. Nonethel...
As estimated by the World Health Organization, there are millions of people who lives with some form of vision impairment. As a consequence, some of them present mobility problems in outdoor environments. With the aim of helping them, we propose in this work a system which is capable of delivering the position of potential obstacles in outdoor scen...
In the last years, the care of dependent people, either by disease, accident, disability, or age, is one of the current priority research topics in developed countries. Moreover, such care is intended to be at patients home, in order to minimize the cost of therapies. Patients rehabilitation will be fulfilled when their integration in society is ac...
In social robotics, it is important that a mobile robot knows where it is because it provides a starting point for other activities such as moving from one room to another. As a contribution to solving this problem in the field of the semantic location of the mobile robot, we pro- pose to implement a methodology of recognition and scene learning in...
The robot Pepper provides a bad depth estimation. In this paper, we present a method for improving that 3D estimation. The method is based on using the RGB image to predict monocular depth. As it will be shown, the combination of both, monocular and 3D depth, provides a better 3D data.
The accelerated growing of the percentage of elder people, persons with brain-injured related conditions and intellectually challenged are some of the main concerns of the developed countries. These persons often require special cares and even almost permanent overseers that help them to carry out diary tasks. With this issue in mind, we propose an...