You are welcome, Jim.
You mentioned several time the phrase "unrealistic videos"... well, it sounds for me as a huge compliment
But which of the videos are unrealistic for you?... I am just curious. Please, share the link. I can tell exactly the conditions they were shot.
And you are referring to the latter video... which one of those? Or both?
Well, frankly speaking, I don't see these videos anyhow different than those we already have on our web site. The guys with robot wanted to see how our system would behave in extreme cases of shadow of shelves, etc. Thus, they sent robot far outside of the coverage area (very much on the right, for example; or on the top between shelves, where not beacons are visible at all). Still, since absolute distances were just a few meters, the system handled it pretty well, even when the robot was outside of the planned coverage.
Occasional jitter of the mobile beacon on these video is also very normal. We did not actually spend any time setting up the system, didn't choose optimal angles for beacons, positions, heights - nothing. We had a couple of minutes to setup and we used them simply by attaching the stationary beacons to the shelves. Shall we had time for some tuning, the videos would be as polished as on our site.
Once again, these video were absolutely raw videos shot not for advertising - just for our own record - and I didn't plan to show them until today
Concerning your advice to publish, as soon as we have permissions to publish, we will publish results of these and some other real-life deployments.