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CamLessMonoDepth: Monocular Depth Estimation with Unknown Camera Parameters

  title={CamLessMonoDepth: Monocular Depth Estimation with Unknown Camera Parameters},
  author={Sai Shyam Chanduri and Zeeshan Khan Suri and Igor Vozniak and Christian M{\"u}ller},
Perceiving 3D information is of paramount importance in many applications of computer vision. Recent advances in monocular depth estimation have shown that gaining such knowledge from a single camera input is possible by training deep neural networks to predict inverse depth and pose, without the necessity of ground truth data. The majority of such approaches, however, require camera parameters to be fed explicitly during training. As a result, image sequences from wild cannot be used during… 

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