Incorporating constraints into the design of locally identifiable calibration patterns

  title={Incorporating constraints into the design of locally identifiable calibration patterns},
  author={Anton van den Hengel and Rhys Hill and Michael J. Brooks},
Camera calibration requires the identification of points in an image that correspond to known locations in the scene. These are typically determined through the use of a calibration pattern designed to facilitate feature localisation. We present in this paper a novel method of generating patterns such that each subregion is individually identifiable by its cross ratio. The method aims to minimise the probability of misidentifying a subregion. A key advantage of the method is the ability to… CONTINUE READING

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