[osg-users] somewhat off-topic: sources of real-world lidar point cloud data?
wsacul at gmail.com
Wed Jul 30 08:11:01 PDT 2008
Velodyne was very responsive to my query and have given me one dataset
already (1/5th of it is here
http://binarymillenium.googlecode.com/files/velodyne.zip, the full file will
be up if google grants me more space ), and weren't concerned about
redistribution as long as they were credited as the source of the data-
On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 6:45 AM, Jason Ziglar <jpz at rec.ri.cmu.edu> wrote:
> I don't know any publicly available real-world LIDAR data, though I know
> Velodyne has some pretty nice datasets they were passing about fairly freely
> to DARPA Urban Challenge teams. Their sensor is a 360 degree, ~1 million
> points/second sensor, so it produces some beautiful point clouds of real
> world scenes.
> On Jul 29, 2008, at 12:42 PM, Lucas wrote:
> I've been looking around for non-topographic lidar data, does anyone here
>> know of any sources? Radiohead's House of Cards data is very interesting to
>> visualize with and a great resource for students and hobbyists, and I'd like
>> to get access to more. Data derived from or applicable to mobile robotics
>> would be particularly useful. I've had some luck getting sample data from
>> lidar manufacturers, but very little with google.
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