Efficient Pose Selection for Interactive Camera Calibration

@inproceedings{Rojtberg2018EfficientPS,
  title={Efficient Pose Selection for Interactive Camera Calibration},
  author={Pavel Rojtberg and Arjan Kuijper},
  booktitle={ISMAR},
  year={2018}
}
  • Pavel Rojtberg, Arjan Kuijper
  • Published in ISMAR 2018
  • Computer Science
  • The choice of poses for camera calibration with planar patterns is only rarely considered — yet the calibration precision heavily depends on it. This work presents a pose selection method that finds a compact and robust set of calibration poses and is suitable for interactive calibration. Consequently, singular poses that would lead to an unreliable solution are avoided explicitly, while poses reducing the uncertainty of the calibration are favoured. For this, we use uncertainty propagation… CONTINUE READING

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