Interactive 3-D Modeling System Using a Hand-Held Video Camera

  title={Interactive 3-D Modeling System Using a Hand-Held Video Camera},
  author={Kenji Fudono and Tomokazu Sato and Naokazu Yokoya},
Recently, a number of methods for 3-D modeling from images have been developed. However, the accuracy of a reconstructed model depends on camera positions and postures with which the images are obtained. In most of conventional methods, some skills for adequately controlling the camera movement are needed for users to obtain a good 3-D model. In this study, we propose an interactive 3-D modeling interface in which special skills are not required. This interface consists of “indication of camera… CONTINUE READING

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