Equidistant (ftheta) fish-eye perspective with application in distortion centre estimation

@article{Hughes2010EquidistantF,
  title={Equidistant (ftheta) fish-eye perspective with application in distortion centre estimation},
  author={Ciar{\'a}n Hughes and Robert McFeely and Patrick Denny and Martin Glavin and Edward Jones},
  journal={Image Vision Comput.},
  year={2010},
  volume={28},
  pages={538-551}
}
0262-8856/$ see front matter 2009 Elsevier B.V. A doi:10.1016/j.imavis.2009.09.001 * Corresponding author. Tel.: +353 91 49 2605; fax E-mail addresses: ciaran.hughes@nuigalway.ie (C. Hughes). Radial distortion in an image is a geometric distortion that causes a non-linear variation in resolution across the image, with a higher spatial resolution in the central areas of the image, and lower resolution in the peripheral areas of the image. This is particularly evident in fish-eye cameras, with… CONTINUE READING
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