Pseudo-LiDAR for self-driving cars
NSF-funded Cornell researchers have found a simpler, inexpensive alternative to the expensive LiDAR sensors currently used in self-driving cars to detect objects. The team’s new method, called pseudo-LiDAR, uses two inexpensive cameras to detect objects with nearly LiDAR accuracy.
Credit: NSF/Cornell University
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