extrinsic_calibration - Motion Based Multi-Sensor Extrinsic Calibration

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To run the script, you need to install cppad (and its python wrapper pycppad ) for automatic differentiation. Please check demo_and_test function in calibration.py file for example usage.

https://github.com/PRBonn/extrinsic_calibration

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