Real-Time Omnidirectional and Panoramic Stereo

@inproceedings{Gluckman1998RealTimeOA,
  title={Real-Time Omnidirectional and Panoramic Stereo},
  author={Joshua Gluckman and Shree K. Nayar and K. Thoresz},
  year={1998}
}
Traditional stereo systems have a small field of view which limits their usefulness for certain applications. By imaging curved mirrors, the field of view of conventional cameras can be enhanced. In this paper, we present the design of a compact panoramic stereo camera which uses parabolic mirrors and is capable of producing 360◦ panoramic depth maps at the rate of several frames per second. Video surveillance, autonomous navigation, and site modeling are some of the applications which will… CONTINUE READING

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