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This website uses Google Analytics to help us improve the website content. Forensic Science, History of Art, Virtual Reality, Architectural and indoor measurementspresented in a simple way, accompanied by pictures, diagrams and plenty of worked examples to help the reader understand and implement the algorithms. Other books in this series. The techniques presented employ uncalibrated images; no knowledge of the internal parameters of the camera such as focal length and aspect ratio nor its pose position and orientation with respect to the viewed scene are required at any time.
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Antonio Criminisi develops the mathematical theory of computing world measurements from single images, and builds up a hierarchy of novel, flexible techniques to make measurements and reconstruct three-dimensional scenes from uncalibrated images, paying particular attention to the accuracy of the reconstruction.
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The Best Books of A hierarchy of novel, accurate and flexible techniques is developed to address a number of different situations ranging from the absence of scene metric information to cases where some world distances are known but there is not sufficient information for a complete camera calibration.
In order to pro. Examples are presented of commercial, industrial and artistic use. Approximation, Generation, visaul Counting Russ Bubley.
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View Publication Research Areas Computer vision. To achieve this the properties of planar homographies and planar homologies are extensively exploited. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. The techniques uncalibratec employ uncalibrated images; no knowledge of the camera internal parameters such as focal length and aspect ratio or sinhle pose position and orientation is required at any time.
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Book ratings by Goodreads. Image Mosaicing and Super-resolution David Capel. The geometry of single views is explored and monocular vision shown to be sufficient to obtain a partial or complete three-dimensional reconstruction of a scene. Thus there is no need for specialized calibration devices. Novel methods are gisual for computing virtual reality-like environments from any kind of perspective image.
Extensive use is made of geometric characteristics of the scene. Looking for beautiful books? Camera Models and Perspective Mappings.
Accurate Visual Metrology from Single and Multiple Uncalibrated Images
The geometry of multiple views is also investigated, particularly the use of a parallax-based approach for structure and camera recovery. The geometry of single views is explored and monocular vision shown to be sufficient to obtain a partial or complete three-dimensional reconstruction of a scene.
The main tool used is Projective Geometry which forms the basis for accurate estimation multi;le.
The work described in this book develops the theory of computing world measurements e.