Filippo Bergamasco

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Over the last decades fiducial markers have provided widely adopted tools to add reliable model-based features into an otherwise general scene. Given their central role in many computer vision tasks, countless different solutions have been proposed in the literature. Some designs are fo-cused on the accuracy of the recovered camera pose with respect to the(More)
During the last years a wide range of algorithms and devices have been made available to easily acquire range images. The increasing abundance of depth data boosts the need for reliable and unsupervised analysis techniques, spanning from part registration to automated segmentation. In this context, we focus on the recognition of known objects in cluttered(More)
We consider the problem of minimum distortion intrinsic correspondence between deformable shapes, many useful formulations of which give rise to the NP-hard quadratic assignment problem (QAP). Previous attempts to use the spectral relaxation have had limited success due to the lack of sparsity of the obtained " fuzzy " solution. In this paper, we adopt the(More)
Visual marker systems have become an ubiquitous tool to supply a reference frame onto otherwise uncontrolled scenes. Throughout the last decades, a wide range of different approaches have emerged, each with different strengths and limitations. Some tags are optimized to reach a high accuracy in the recovered camera pose, others are based on designs that aim(More)
Global approaches are hindered when used to match occluded models, in fact, only local properties are preserved in such scenarios On the other hand, local descriptor could fail to be distinctive enough to give an unambiguous match, or, when distinctive they tend to be less robust to noise. We propose a Game-Theoretic approach that augments any local(More)
Traditional camera models are often the result of a compromise between the ability to account for non-linearities in the image formation model and the need for a feasible number of degrees of freedom in the estimation process. These considerations led to the definition of several ad hoc models that best adapt to different imaging devices, ranging from(More)
Many Object recognition techniques perform some flavour of point pattern matching between a model and a scene. Such points are usually selected through a feature detection algorithm that is robust to a class of image transformations and a suitable descriptor is computed over them in order to get a reliable matching. Moreover, some approaches take an(More)
A wide range of cheap and simple to use 3D scanning devices has recently been introduced in the market. These tools are no longer addressed to research labs and highly skilled professionals, but rather, they are mostly designed to allow inexperienced users to acquire surfaces and whole objects easily and independently. In this scenario, the demand for(More)
A wide range of cheap and simple to use 3D scanning devices has recently been introduced in the market. These tools are no longer addressed to research labs and highly skilled professionals. By converse, they are mostly designed to allow inexperienced users to easily and independently acquire surfaces and whole objects. In this scenario, the demand for(More)
Given the raising interest in light-field technology and the increasing availability of professional devices, a feasible and accurate calibration method is paramount to unleash practical applications. In this paper we propose to embrace a fully non-parametric model for the imaging and we show that it can be properly calibrated with little effort using a(More)