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Estimating the Height of an Unknown Object in a 2D Image.

  title={Estimating the Height of an Unknown Object in a 2D Image.},
  author={Johan Vester},
  • Johan Vester
  • Published 2012
  • Computer Science
  • In this thesis three different algorithms to estimate the height of an object are investigated. [...] Key MethodThe first algorithm was a re-implementation of a method available in literature, which measures distance between two parallel planes by finding the ground plane's vanishing line and the vanishing point in the reference direction. The second algorithm estimates the object's world scene's 3D pose by reversing the projection made by the camera when the image was captured.Expand Abstract
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