apriltag 0.9.8-2 source package in Ubuntu

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apriltag (0.9.8-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Fixed minor bug in simple demo

 -- Dima Kogan <email address hidden>  Tue, 18 Sep 2018 10:27:24 -0700

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Debian Science Team on 2018-09-18
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Binary packages built by this source

libapriltag-dev: AprilTags Visual Fiducial System

 AprilTag is a visual fiducial system, useful for a wide variety of tasks
 including augmented reality, robotics, and camera calibration. Targets can be
 created from an ordinary printer, and the AprilTag detection software computes
 the precise 3D position, orientation, and identity of the tags relative to the
 camera. The AprilTag library is implemented in C with no external dependencies.
 It is designed to be easily included in other applications, as well as be
 portable to embedded devices. Real-time performance can be achieved even on
 cell-phone grade processors.
 .
 This package includes the development files

libapriltag0: AprilTags Visual Fiducial System

 AprilTag is a visual fiducial system, useful for a wide variety of tasks
 including augmented reality, robotics, and camera calibration. Targets can be
 created from an ordinary printer, and the AprilTag detection software computes
 the precise 3D position, orientation, and identity of the tags relative to the
 camera. The AprilTag library is implemented in C with no external dependencies.
 It is designed to be easily included in other applications, as well as be
 portable to embedded devices. Real-time performance can be achieved even on
 cell-phone grade processors.

libapriltag0-dbgsym: debug symbols for libapriltag0