Latest News

Open Session videos are now online

  1. Fyuse by Alex Trevor and Stephen Miller


  2. Extensions and Applications of pcl::sample_consensus by Zoltán-Csaba Márton


  3. People Detection and Tracking in RGB-D Data by Matteo Munaro

    Slides Video

  4. 3D Perception from SLAM by Federico Tombari and Keisuke Tateno


  5. Semantic Parametric Body Shape Estimation by Alexandru Ichim

    Slides Video 1 Video 2 Video 3

  6. Genius Software by Charbel Achkar and Habib Abi-Rached


  7. Developer Session Summary by Jochen Sprickerhof and Sérgio Agostinho

Open Session Registration

The registration for the Open Session is now open.

Getting There

Fakultät für Informatik
Technische Universität München
Boltzmannstr. 3
85748 Garching b. München
The TUM campus is outside the city but can be easily reached via underground (line U6, 25 minutes from the city center).


June 13

Informal gathering at around 5pm, chit-chat, and then we go for beers/dinner for those that are already in Munich.

June 14


9:00 - 12:00Developers session
12:00 - 13:00Lunch break
13:00 - 15:00Developers session
15:00 - 18:00Open session
18:00 -Chill
The Developer sessions are closed and targeted towards PCL developers. The sessions will comprise of discussions about all sorts of maintenance and roadmap affairs, followed by some actual hacking. Participants are invited to show how they integrated PCL into their work/research, and present their proposals and other thoughts about the future of the library. This is of course optional and limited to 10 minutes.
The Open session is targeted towards PCL users. This session will comprise of demos organized the developer team, followed by a "call-to-action" session with the purpose of engaging users into having a more active role in PCL's development, and finishing with a Q&A session.


The participants can either decide to book an accommodation in Garching (the nearest town) or in the city center.