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The goal of the RESOLV - REconstruction using Scanner Laser and Video project was the development of an autonomous three-dimensional reconstruction system for indoor environments using laser and video. The project began on October 1995, ending in December 2000, after achieving its main objectives.

The reconstructed 3D models of real indoor environments may be visited through the Internet, using a VRML - Virtual Reality Modeling Language enabled browser. The system is also operated remotely through the Internet, using specialised tools developed by the RESOLV consortium.

In case you're interested about this project, please refer to the following sites.

Detail of a model

Prototype of the autonomous system

 

http://www.scs.leeds.ac.uk/resolv/

Official site of the RESOLV project, maintained by the University of Leeds, United Kingdom. Includes reconstructed models that can be visited on-line.
 

Official RESOLV site at the University of Leeds, UKOfficial RESOLV site at the University of Leeds, UK
 

http://mortimer.jrc.it/

Pages of the EU Joint Research Centre, Italy. Includes reconstructed models and technical and scientific papers.
 

European Union Joint Research Center, Italy
 

http://lrm.isr.ist.utl.pt/lrm/projects/resolv/

The pages on the RESOLV project maintained by our group at ISR/IST. Includes a summary of information on RESOLV and photographs of field trials.
 

LRM/IST site in Lisbon, Portugal
 

http://www.robosoft.fr/

RoboSoft is the robotics company from Bordeaux, France, that manufactured the acquisition and reconstruction systems.

ROBOSOFT, France
     
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