We have completed our first stereo odometry prototype fully working in real-time with syncrhonized Pointgrey FLEA3 GigE cameras running in a laptop and connected to the Robosoft vehicle. This work has been completed thanks to the support of the European Commission and its FP7 framework programme:
Some of the insights of the work is that we have used Qt multithreading for separating acquisition, processing and visualization processes; OpenCV 2.4.5 C++, and our own VIULIB libraries.
Next months we will have live demonstrations of the unmanned vehicle driving in different testing sites. Hope to show something back!