It is our immense pleasure to announce the beginning of a new PCL Code Sprint sponsored by DINAST: PCL-DINCS!
DINAST, a short range 3D sensor manufacturer known for their IPA infrared cameras, is looking for talented developers that are willing to contribute to two areas in PCL:
pcl::Grabbercamera driver interface for DINAST cameras (standalone BSD open source C++ driver code already available);
- a technology demonstrator for real-time 3D collision mapping (e.g., using octree structures) used for motion planning with a mobile manipulator, using multiple IPA 3D cameras.
PCL-DINCS will run for 1.5 months during this summer. The student developer will receive a stipend of $1500 and several IPA 3D cameras. Potential candidates should submit the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- a brief resume
- a list of existing PCL contributions (if any)
- a list of projects (emphasis on open source projects please) that they contributed to in the past
This project requires good C++ programming skills, knowledge of PCL internals and a basic understanding of intrinsic camera parameters.