Image interpolation technique for measurement of egomotion in 6 degrees of freedom

@inproceedings{Nagle1997ImageIT,
  title={Image interpolation technique for measurement of egomotion in 6 degrees of freedom},
  author={Martin G. Nagle and Mandyam V. Srinivasan and David L. Wilson},
  year={1997}
}
The motion of an imaging device relative to the environment can, theoretically, be determined from the spatiotemporal intensity changes induced on the image plane of the device. We present a noniterative method for computing the six parameters of egomotion (three translatory and three rotational) from this visual input. The scheme is initially tested in a ray-traced environment to show proof of concept and to explore factors that influence its performance. We then demonstrate its performance on… CONTINUE READING

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