A model-based 3-D tracking of rigid objects from a sequence of multiple perspective views

@article{Jung1998AM3,
  title={A model-based 3-D tracking of rigid objects from a sequence of multiple perspective views},
  author={Soon Ki Jung and KwangYun Wohn},
  journal={Pattern Recognition Letters},
  year={1998},
  volume={19},
  pages={499-512}
}
A method of tracking multiple objects of known geometry using multiple cameras is proposed. Our approach differs from the previous approaches in that the object geometry is tightly integrated into the tracking process. The major contribution is threefold: Firstly, multiple cameras are used to improve the accuracy of the estimated posture parameters. Additional formalism required by considering multiple images is nicely integrated into the tracking model, and is handled effectively. Secondly… CONTINUE READING

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