This project contains both tools and data for Optical Flow evaluation purposes. It offers: many ground truth optical flow sequences; a tool for generating optical flow data from real sequences; implementations of some optical flow algorithms.
The Rossum Project is an attempt to collect and distribute robotics software. We are seeking help with our first project, a mobile-robot simulator featuring a 2-D virtual world, and new work including artificial intelligence and robot-control logic.
AILA is an client/server application based on the extinct Program D.
Brainbot is a general purpose robotics research platform, with an onboard PC. Brainbot's development was funded by the Brain Engineering Lab, the Neukom Institute, and HUV, Inc.
It's a flexible software bundle and framework for face recognition, which enables users to log into computer automatically, perform face detection, recognition and tracking, and perform experiments. Other applications can be built on top of it.
The RoboCup Team of Shanghai University (aka. Strive Team) is now devoting itself to the Humanoid League Contest. Many features like machine vision, pace generation, speech cognition, etc. of the humanoid robots is rising here in the following years.
The Whole-Body Control framework jointly developed at Stanford University and The University of Texas at Austin provides advanced control for fixed base manipulators and is currently running on the the Meka A2 Arm and the Dreamer/Meka Humanoid robot. The code repository is hosted on Github, please go to https://github.com/poftwaresatent/stanford_wbc
The WU personal robotics package is a collection of robotics middleware developed by WashU faculty, students, and staff.