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(video) Aurora – 3D Imagery Collected with Blackmore technology

Here you can see 3D imagery collected via mobile tests of Blackmore’s technology. Until the introduction of FMCW, the type of information could only be collected with radar systems. In the video, the point cloud is colored by velocity. White indicates stationary objects (such as buildings and the road), reds/yellows indicate objects moving away from the sensor, and blues/greens indicate objects moving toward the sensors.

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