A soccer field tracking method with wire frame model from TV images

  title={A soccer field tracking method with wire frame model from TV images},
  author={Tomoki Watanabe and Miki Haseyama and Hideo Kitajima},
  journal={2004 International Conference on Image Processing, 2004. ICIP '04.},
  pages={1633-1636 Vol. 3}
This paper proposes a tracking method of soccer field area in a soccer video captured from TV. The camera taking the soccer game video is controlled by three parameters: its mount position, the angle, and the magnification. In order to estimate these three parameters, the proposed method designs a wire frame model, which represents the official layout of the soccer field lines; and by the wire frame model matching with the field area in the video, the above three parameters can be estimated… CONTINUE READING
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