The project aims to develop a program that allows a user to choose a planet of interest (the Moon or the Mars), highlight a region on the planet, and explore the selected region by examining detected features such as craters and rocks. An application downloads a set of planetary images. The images are taken at varying aspect angles with various illumination angles.The application will detect craters and/or rocks in the images.
- For each crater, an estimate is made of the shape of the crater, it's size, depth. Again multiple images taken at different illumination angles should be used in the detection. Output should include a shapefile.
- For each rock an estimate is made of its geolocation and an estimate of its dimensions. The algorithm can take advantage of multiple images from different orbits as well as the stereo pairs available from the NAC camera.
Team Lead:Benjamin Evans/Lineli Hairapetian
Architecture lead: Kevin Casado
Customer interaction lead: Lineli Hairapetian
Documentation lead: Adam Berman
Presentation and demo lead: Andy Tong
QA lead: Adam Berman
UX lead: Bruno Recillas
|MIPFD - Software Requirements|
|CS496B - Design Specification Document|
|CS496C - Project Presentation Final (pptx)|
|CS496C - Project Report Final (docx)|
|CS496C - Project Poster|
|Project Source Code|