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Concept for Real-World Person Avatar Usage in Virtual City
Müller, Frederik ; Kapinus, Michal (referee) ; Beran, Vítězslav (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis is focused on creation of mobile and web application using geolocation and 3D graphics. Theory about application development, methods of testing and existing solutions are described in the beginning. Next, designed applications which correspond with user needs are introduced and algorithms on which applications run are also described. Finally, last part evaluate accomplished results and propose possible improvements.
Interaction Device for Augmented Reality
Pavlenko, Peter ; Kapinus, Michal (referee) ; Beran, Vítězslav (advisor)
This master thesis explores interactive augmented reality. The aim is to design, create andtest device, which allows interaction between user and augmented reality. First analyzesaugmented reality, devices for its displaying and necessary calibration methods. Then, onthe basis of acquired knowledge, shows design and construction of few prototypes of devicelike this. Finally it shows experiments to test correctness of the concept.
Application for Automatic Photo Stitching
Valouch, Marek ; Kapinus, Michal (referee) ; Veľas, Martin (advisor)
Bachelor's thesis is focusing on issues of creating panoramic photographs under Android operating system. Program (operated by user) monitors an image, which is processed by Improg class from OpenCV library. Result of this thesis is a~mobile application placed on Google Play, which creates panoramic photographs.
Robotic Shopping Cart
Krzeminský, Juraj ; Kapinus, Michal (referee) ; Materna, Zdeněk (advisor)
This Bachelor thesis deals with design and implementation of control unit for robotic shopping cart. Its main task is to follow a chosen person through a mall and serve as bag carriage. The text describes basic principles of human detection and tracking in images and also the method of capturing them with RGB-D camera kinect. Rest of this text contain detailed description of created application and implementation of used methods and algorithms.
Doors and Door Handle Localization for PR2
Botka, Roland ; Španěl, Michal (referee) ; Kapinus, Michal (advisor)
The aim of this work is to design and create a module for locating doors and handles for the robotic platform PR2. Finding the doors should be done separately, which means that the robot finds a door in the room without assistance. Handle position is stored in a file which the data are read from based on the AR code affixed to the door. The result of this module should be a program for the Robotic operating system that will locate the door in the room, and give information about them. These informations will be the basis for the work of another module, which open the door. The final test took place in a faculty robotic laboratory
Projected User Interface - Card Game
Brestič, Tomáš ; Kapinus, Michal (referee) ; Najman, Pavel (advisor)
Current effort to make human-computer interaction more intuitive leads to utilization of gestures replacing the need to use a conventional input device. At the same time there is a tendency to integrate the output into the physical world around the user and therefore to minimize any artificial means of interaction in general. The aim of this thesis is to implement a card game that can be controlled on the basis of the principles described above. Fundamental issues are human motion tracking, hand detection and gesture recognition. The application uses depth data from the second generation of Kinect sensor, analytical description of gestures and allows up to four players to play the game. Its graphics are projected on the table to maximize compliance with the real situation.
Cloud-Based Server for Robot Management
Jezerský, Matouš ; Kapinus, Michal (referee) ; Materna, Zdeněk (advisor)
The goal of this project is to make robots running the ROS platform, and the servers running on them, more accessible to the users, without the need of reconfiguration after a change of network or the need of direct VPN connection, as well as with the emphasis on minimal software requirements for both users and robots. The result is an open-source application, which provides that. The solution is a reverse proxy server, put inbetween the clients and the servers running on robots - Dispatcher. For connection between clients and robots, two OpenVPN networks are used, and as a secure user interface, the existing system RMS is used and extended with Dispatcher interface.     Among other things, Dispatcher collects information about all connected robots so a summary can be displayed. This set of software tools therefore allows an authorized user to connect to robots in various networks, without the need of other client software apart of OpenVPN client and web browser.
Controlling of Vehicles Formation
Revický, Peter ; Kapinus, Michal (referee) ; Rozman, Jaroslav (advisor)
The goal of this thesis is to create system for formation management of wheeled vehicles with kinematic constraints. The work presents the way to control vehicle and how to manage formation in presence of obstacles. Algorithms used for vehicle control are based on potential fields. Whole system is implemented in Unity game engine in 2D enviroment. The system is then tested on various scenarios such as passing through narrow passage, obstacle partially blocking formation, dynamic obstacle avoidance etc.
Doors and Door Handle Localization for PR2
Bambušek, Daniel ; Materna, Zdeněk (referee) ; Kapinus, Michal (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to design and create module for robotic platform PR2, that is able to autonomously locate doors and door handle and provide information about their location and characteristics to another program that ensures their opening. The thesis describes the methods used for detection, design and implementation of this module and finally analyzes performed experiments with this module. The functionality of the method was verified by testing in simulator.
Traffic Light Control for a Group of Crossroads
Kaleta, Radoslav ; Kapinus, Michal (referee) ; Rozman, Jaroslav (advisor)
This thesis is focused on the control of intersections with traffic lights. These group of intersections include several crossroads with sensors, which are able to conrol the adjacent intersections. Control is based on a system called TAPIOCA that falls under dynamic systems. The control system is implemented into existing traffic simulator, which was created as a bachelor thesis at FIT BUT.

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