Ego2Top: Matching Viewers in Egocentric and Top-view Videos

  title={Ego2Top: Matching Viewers in Egocentric and Top-view Videos},
  author={Shervin Ardeshir and Ali Borji},
Egocentric cameras are becoming increasingly popular and provide us with large amounts of videos, captured from the first person perspective. At the same time, surveillance cameras and drones offer an abundance of visual information, often captured from top-view. Although these two sources of information have been separately studied in the past, they have not been collectively studied and related. Having a set of egocentric cameras and a top-view camera capturing the same area, we propose a… CONTINUE READING
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