[ros-users] How do I get 2D depth map from 3D point cloud?
Radu Bogdan Rusu
rusu at willowgarage.com
Fri May 21 06:19:09 UTC 2010
I am not sure/do not remember if anyone replied to your question yet, but the easiest method that I can think of is to
create an image where at each pixel you put the corresponding Z value from the point cloud (if Z represents the distance
to the camera in your data).
On 05/19/2010 01:01 AM, Chriss Lei wrote:
> I just reviewed the stereo_image_proc tutorial and image_pipeline/Camera
> info webpage and there's something I'm unclear with.
> I understand I get 3D point cloud from stereo_image_proc with respect to
> left imager optical frame.
> Now, I'm interested in getting 2D depth map with pixel values set equal
> to depth of the point cloud. (No. I do NOT want disparity map.)
> Only way I can think of doing this is multiply K from left/camera_info
> sensor_msgs with the vector [X/Z, Y/Z, 1] from the point cloud and set
> the pixel value to Z.
> Is there another transform or parameter I need to introduce?
> Or even better, is there a ROS implementation of this functionality already?
> Thank you.
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