Parallel Depth Recovery By Changing Camera Parameters

  title={Parallel Depth Recovery By Changing Camera Parameters},
  author={Murali Subbarao},
A new method is described for recovering the distance of objects in a scene from images formed by lenses. The recovery is based on measuring the change in the scene’s image due to a known change in the three intrinsic camera parameters: (i) distance between the lens and the image detector, (ii) focal length of the lens, and (iii) diameter of the lens aperture. The method is parallel involving simple local computations. In comparison with stereo vision and structure-frommotion methods, the… CONTINUE READING
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