• Published 2016

Spherical Camera Localization in Man-made Environment Using 3 D-2 D Matching of Line Information

@inproceedings{Goto2016SphericalCL,
  title={Spherical Camera Localization in Man-made Environment Using 3 D-2 D Matching of Line Information},
  author={Tsubasa Goto and Sarthak Pathak and Yonghoon Ji and Hiromitsu Fujii and Atsushi Yamashita and Hajime Asama},
  year={2016}
}
In this paper, we propose a novel method for global six degree of freedoms (DoF) localization of a spherical camera in a man-made environment. Specifically, a 3D-2D matching method based on line information of a known 3D model of the environment is proposed. There are two challenging points. First is to design a unique representation of 2D line information from the image and 3D line information from the 3D environment model. Second is to evaluate similarity of the line information extracted… CONTINUE READING

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