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By Derek Tangye

The second one name within the Minack Chronicles, this tells in additional element the tale of Derek and Jeannie's cherished ginger cat Monty. From the 1st second Derek, who used to be no longer till then a cat-lover, met a tiny package deal of fur with Jeannie, via to the pet's outdated age while he could nonetheless stroll all the way down to the flow to make 'Monty's Leap', it is a touching tale of friendship among humans and their cat.

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1996) are another prominent class whereas the works of (Pellkofer & Dickmanns, 2000) covering situation-dependent coordination of the individual vision devices are probably the most advanced implementations known. g. , 2006). An embodiment with independent motion control of three vision devices and a total of 6 degrees-of-freedom (DoF) is the camera head of the humanoid robot LOLA developed at our laboratory which is shown in Figure 2, cf. g. , 2006). It provides a flexible allocation of these vision devices and, due to directly driven gimbals, very fast camera saccades outperforming known systems.

Introduction Multi-focal vision provides two or more vision devices with different fields of view and measurement accuracies. A main advantage of this concept is a flexible allocation of these sensor resources accounting for the current situational and task performance requirements. Particularly, vision devices with large fields of view and low accuracies can be used together. g. in order to be able to perceive activities or structures of potential interest in the local surroundings. g. localization accuracy, or examine objects of interest.

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