This is my latest personal project while studying robotics and computer vision: augmented robots you can play with. It’s a selfmade robot-arm with 4 degrees of freedom, controlled by an arduino uno + micro. All parts are 3D-printed. In combination with a selfmade stereo-system (calibrated and rectified) i’m using “aruco” markers and the OpenCV-image-processing library for tracking and calculating an “average” pivot between all markers. Due to the frame-rate limits of my webcams i got 30fps by 720p with almost no latency. The cool thing is that i’m not using any kind of stereo-feature-tracking methods. Instead i’m calculating only the projection of the cube in the left image and using then the intrensic and extrensic parameters for projecting the cube to the right image. For testing purposes i already got a anaglyph live-stream combining both images also in realtime but the quality is rather bad. I will then try to implement a version where i stream both images directly to my vive-vr-glasses in addition to some awesome virtual robot-add-ons! Stay tuned!!!