WiMi Hologram Cloud Builds A Holographic Sights-Based HV-SLAM Passive Navigation System
WiMi Hologram Cloud a leading global Hologram Augmented Reality (“AR”) Technology provider with years of investment in holographic sights 3D map construction in the field of SLAM, announced the development of an HV-SLAM passive navigation system based on holographic sights.
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WiMi’s HV-SLAM is passive navigation, a technological application of self-cruising positioning. HV-SLAM is crucial to the mobility and interaction capabilities of intelligent devices such as drones, as it represents the basis for such powers: knowing where you are, knowing what your surroundings are like, and thus knowing what to do next autonomously. It can be argued that any intelligent body with mobility has some form of SLAM system.
WiMi’s HV-SLAM acquires its images through a depth camera. The depth camera contains three core components: a laser projector, a DOE, and an infrared camera. Their role is to help the system form a 3D holographic map so that the device can better determine its course of action and how to move intelligently. As an example, when people come to an unfamiliar environment and want to familiarize themselves with the environment and complete tasks quickly, then the system will need to do the following:
Feature extraction: obtaining information such as the surrounding environment with the Sensor and recording the feature data.
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Map construction: Based on the information acquired by the Sensor, the environmental features are constructed in the system in the form of a 3D holographic map.
Dynamic calibration and adjustment: during the movement, new feature landmarks are continuously acquired, and the 3D holographic map model in the system is corrected.
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