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A Flexible New Technique for Camera Calibration

A Flexible New Technique for Camera Calibration

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homography H: sme = HeM with H = A £ r1 r2 t ⁄: (2) As is clear, the 3£3 matrix H is defined up to a scale factor. 2.3 Constraints on the intrinsic parameters Given an image of the model plane, an homography can be estimated (see Appendix A). Let’s denote it by H = £ h1 h2 h3 ⁄. From (2), we have £ h1 h2 h3 ⁄ = ‚A £ r1 r2 t ...

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Automatic Panoramic Image Stitching using Invariant …

Automatic Panoramic Image Stitching using Invariant

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correct homography is very high. For example, for an in-lier probability p i = 0.5, the probability that the correct homography is not found after 500 trials is approximately 1×10−14. RANSAC is essentially a sampling approach to estimat-ing H. If instead of maximising the number of inliers one maximises the sum of the log likelihoods, the ...

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Structure-from-Motion Revisited

Structure-from-Motion Revisited

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A homography H describes the trans-formation of a purely rotating or a moving camera capturing a planar scene [26]. Epipolar geometry [26] describes the relation for a moving camera through the essential matrix E (calibrated) or the fundamental matrix F (uncalibrated),

  Form, Structure, Motion, Homography, Structure from motion

Equation of Perspective Projection

Equation of Perspective Projection

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• Also called a homography • This is a mapping from 2-D to 2-D in homogenous coordinates • 3 x 3 linear transformation of homogenous coordinates • Points map to points • Lines map to lines CS252A, Fall 2012 Computer Vision I Figure borrowed from Hartley and Zisserman “Multiple View Geometry in computer vision”

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Homography Estimation - University of California, San Diego

Homography Estimation - University of California, San Diego

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solve it using Singular Value Decomposition (SVD). Starting with equation 13 from the previous section, we rst compute the SVD of A: A = U V> = X9 i=1 ˙iu iv > (17) When performed in Matlab, the singular values ˙i will be sorted in descending order, so ˙9 will be the smallest. There are three cases for the value of ˙9:

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