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By Yoky Matsuoka, Hugh Durrant-Whyte, Visit Amazon's José Neira Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, José Neira,

ISBN-10: 0262516810

ISBN-13: 9780262516815

Robotics: technology and platforms VI spans a large spectrum of robotics, bringing jointly researchers engaged on the rules of robotics, robotics functions, and the research of robotics platforms. This quantity provides the court cases of the 6th Robotics: technology and structures convention, held in 2010 on the collage of Zaragoza, Spain.

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The primary cause for color loss in water, is exponential with respect to the propagation distance. The exponential varies according to the wavelength of the light [9]. Other factors such as scattering contribute to image loss but are substantially independent of the wavelength of the visible light and do not affect color. g. 5m), using color filters, and doing manual post-processing. These techniques are cumbersome, do not render accurate colors, and work only for fixed setups, as color loss is distance-dependent.

Each strobe is capable of energy discharge up to 50J. The strobes have different but fixed spectra. One is unfiltered and capable of full light spectrum illumination. The other five strobes are filtered with increasingly longer cutoff long pass optical filters. The choice of filters was based on availability and simulation. g distances dsc between 0m and 5m). The output spectrum of each flash was measured with a calibrated  21 radiometric spectrometer. Adaptive illumination is achieved by controlling the strobes’ output power, or, equivalently, the energy discharged by each individual flash.

Table I shows the relative power of six flashes for illuminating an object at distance dsc away in water and the resulting CRI. We note that the predicted CRI is above 95% in all cases. The best available artificial light sources are halogen incandescent bulbs which have a CRI of 98% to 100%, while fluorescent illumination has a CRI of 75%. In Table I F1 is the white flash which was kept at a constant power. Very little power is required from F1 relative to the other flashes. F2 is the yellow flash which contributes to the overall high CRI, but for longer distances a light red flash would have been more effective.

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