Date of Award
Santa Clara : Santa Clara University, 2018.
Computer Engineering; Electrical Engineering
Sarah Kate Wilson
The purpose of this paper is to describe a pseudo X-ray vision system that pairs a Lidar scanner with a visualization device. The system as a whole is referred to as B.O.G.G.L.E.S. There are several key factors that went into the development of this system and the background information and design approach are thoroughly described. B.O.G.G.L.E.S functionality is depicted through the use of design constraints and the analysis of test results. Additionally, many possible developments for B.O.G.G.L.E.S are proposed in the paper. This indicates that there are various avenues of improvement for this project that could be implemented in the future.
Chapa, Miguel; Hoerl, Evan; Jorgensen, Isaac; and Maggio, Carl, "B.O.G.G.L.E.S.: Boundary Optical GeoGraphic Lidar Environment System" (2018). Interdisciplinary Design Senior Theses. 36.
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