Using Projective Vision to find Camera Positions in an Image Sequence

@inproceedings{Roth2000UsingPV,
  title={Using Projective Vision to find Camera Positions in an Image Sequence},
  author={Gerhard Roth},
  year={2000}
}
The paradigm of projective vision has recently become popular. In this paper we describe a system for computing camera positions from an image sequence using projective methods. Projective methods are normally used to deal with uncalibrated images. However, we claim that even when calibration information is available it is often better to use the projective approach. By computing the trilinear tensor it is possible to produce a reliable and accurate set of correspondences. When calibration… CONTINUE READING
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