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Magnetic-Visual Sensor Fusion-based Dense 3D Reconstruction and Localization for Endoscopic Capsule Robots

2018

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Reliable and real-time 3D reconstruction and localization functionality is a crucial prerequisite for the navigation of actively controlled capsule endoscopic robots as an emerging, minimally invasive diagnostic and therapeutic technology for use in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. In this study, we propose a fully dense, non-rigidly deformable, strictly real-time, intraoperative map fusion approach for actively controlled endoscopic capsule robot applications which combines magnetic and vision-based localization, with non-rigid deformations based frame-to-model map fusion. The performance of the proposed method is demonstrated using four different ex-vivo porcine stomach models. Across different trajectories of varying speed and complexity, and four different endoscopic cameras, the root mean square surface reconstruction errors 1.58 to 2.17 cm.

Author(s): Mehmet Turan, Yasin Almalioglu, Evin Pinar Ornek, Helder Araujo, Mehmet Fatih Yanik, Metin Sitti
Journal: ArXiv e-prints
Year: 2018
Month: March
Day: 2

Department(s): Physical Intelligence
Bibtex Type: Article (article)

Eprint: 1803.01048

BibTex

@article{2018arXiv180301048T,
  title = {Magnetic-Visual Sensor Fusion-based Dense 3D Reconstruction and Localization for Endoscopic Capsule Robots},
  author = {},
  journal = {ArXiv e-prints},
  month = mar,
  year = {2018},
  eprint = {1803.01048},
  month_numeric = {3}
}