Abstract：In this paper,the inherent problems of robot vision are studied.Through the analysis of the presentsituation of robot vision method,it can be concluded thdt:it is difficult for the current vision method to acquire information necessary for its robot,to take account of both real-time operation andinterchangeability.Based on the above analyses an original 3D robot vision system is conceived to solve theinherent problems of robot vision.
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