Tracking from Multiple View Points: Self-calibration of Space and Time

@inproceedings{Stein1999TrackingFM,
  title={Tracking from Multiple View Points: Self-calibration of Space and Time},
  author={Gideon P. Stein},
  booktitle={CVPR},
  year={1999}
}
This paper tackles the problem of selfcalibration of multiple cameras which are very far apart. Given a set of feature correspondences one can determine the camera geometry. The key problem we address is finding such correspondences. Since the camera geometry (location and orientation) and photometric characteristics vary considerably between images one cannot use brightness and/or proximity constraints. Instead we propose a three step approach: first we use moving objects in the scene to… CONTINUE READING
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