Welcome to the Page of Omnidirectional Vision

hosted by the GRASP Laboratory, maintained by Kostas Daniilidis,
part of the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, TC on Computer and Robot Vision activities.

Page of Catadioptric Sensor Design.

Course on Omnidirectional Vision at ICCV 2003.

In Memoriam. The Omnidirectional Vision community lost one of the pioneers, Pal Greguss (1921-2003).

IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, Special Issue on Panoramic Robotics to appear.

ICCV 2005 Omnivis'05Sixth Workshop on Omnidirectional Vision, Camera Networks and Non-classical cameras

ECCV 2004 Omnivis'04 Fifth Workshop on Omnidirectional Vision, Camera Networks and Non-classical cameras

CVPR 2003 Omnivis'03 Fourth workshop onOmnidirectional Vision and Camera Networks

ECCV 2002 http://www.robo.jussieu.fr/rbo/siteomnivis2002/main.htm"> Omnivis'02: Third Workshop on Omnidirectional Vision .

ICAR 2001 Second Workshop on Omnidirectional Vision Applied to Robotic Orientation and Nondestructive Testing (NDT)

OMNIVIS'00 the first IEEE Workshop on Omnidirectional Vision, held June 12, 2000, Proceedings to purchase and to download(IEEE-CS-DL membership required).


Andy Hicks' Catadioptric Sensors at Drexel
The Omnicam at Columbia Unversity, a video camera that can "see" in all directions. Look at the Baker-Nayar tutorial.
Camera Design at Washington University.
Panoramic vision at ICS/FORTH, Crete, Greece.
Omnidirectional Vision at the Center for Machine Perception, CTU Prague.
Research in Omnidirectional Surveillance at Lehigh Unversity and the Omnidirectional VSAM site.
Panospheric sensors at the Atakama Desert Trek at the Robotics Institute CMU-GROK lab
The Panoramic Stereo Vision and Mobile Robot Localization using Non-SVP Optics, University of Alberta, Canada
The spherical eyes at the CVL, Univ. of Maryland, College Park.
The Biorobotic Vision Laboratory at the Australian National University and the world through the eye of a bee.
Distributed Omni-directional Vision at Kyoto University
Omni-directional Immersive system at UNC, Chapel Hill
Omni-directional Vision at the GRASP Laboratory
Omniviews Research at the ISR/Lisboa
Automatic Surveillance Using Omnidirectional and Active Cameras at the PRIP Lab, Michigan State University
The MIT City Scanning Project at the MIT Computer Graphics Group.
Panoramic Vision at LIS, University Pierre & Marie
The Panoramic Annular Lens of the Safer Project at the CVRL, Univ. of Massachussetts at Amherst.
Omnidirectional vision at the Computer Vision and Robotics Group, Trinity College, Dublin
The Vision Modeling and Ubiquitous Vision project at Computer Vision and Robotics Research (CVRR) Laboratory at the University of California, San Diego.
Localization of autonomous systems using panoramic images, at the Computer Vision Laboratory, University of Ljubljana.
The SYCLOP sensor at the University of Picardie Jules Verne.
Meeting indexing at the ISL, CMU and ISL, University of Karlsruhe using omnidirectional imaging.
The oldest panoramic view in the world and research at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.
Panorama tools at the Fachhochschule Furtwangen.
LAAS_CNRS Panoramic visiona and localization research in Toulouse
Appearance-Based Place Recognition for Topological Localization at the Mobile Robot Programming Laboratory, Robotics Institute, CMU.
Omnidirectional Sensing at Osaka University.
Omnidirectional Imaging for Robotic Applications at the Fraunhofer Institute for Intelligent Autonomous Systems.

Viewplus stereo omnidirectional system.
Viewplus stereo omnidirectional system.
Ladybug at PointGrey Research.
Enroute's First Person.
Yhe OmniEye from Genex Technologies.
A spin-off at Kyoto University Accowle Co, Ltd producing a variety of catadioptric sensors.
Vic Nalwa's 360 deg camera at Lucent Technologies.
PanosphericŪ Viewing Systems and PIER Corporation
Omniramix at Versacorp.
BeHere, the immersive imaging company.
ePan The digital panoramic camera for VR.
IPIX software and hardware solutions.
The Ringcam at Microsoft Research>
Egg Solution: Immersive still and video imaging.
Dan Slater's SphereCam
Panoscan: digital panoramic camera products.
Immersive Media
The Flycam at FXPAL Palo Alto Laboratory