3-D Modeling of an Outdoor Scene from Multiple Image Sequences by Estimating Camera Motion Parameters

@inproceedings{Sato20033DMO,
  title={3-D Modeling of an Outdoor Scene from Multiple Image Sequences by Estimating Camera Motion Parameters},
  author={Tomokazu Sato and Masayuki Kanbara and Naokazu Yokoya},
  booktitle={SCIA},
  year={2003}
}
Three-dimensional (3-D) models of outdoor scenes can be widely used in a number of fields such as object recognition, navigation, scenic simulation, and mixed reality. Such models are often made manually with high costs, so that automatic 3-D reconstruction has been widely investigated. In related works, a dense 3-D model is generated by using a stereo method. However, such approaches cannot use several hundred images together for dense depth estimation of large constructs and urban… CONTINUE READING
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