ACCURATE VISUAL METROLOGY FROM SINGLE AND MULTIPLE UNCALIBRATED IMAGES PDF
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Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of This monograph presents some research carried out by the author into three- dimensional visual reconstruction during his studies for the achievement of a Doctor of Philosophy Degree at the University of Oxford.
The general techniques developed in this thesis can be mulgiple to several areas.
The techniques presented employ uncalibrated images; no knowledge of the camera internal parameters such as focal length and aspect ratio or its pose position and orientation is required at any time.
The main tool used is projective geometry which forms the basis for accurate estimation algorithms. Thus there is no need for specialized calibration devices. Three-Dimensional Metrology from a Single View. This requires the use of standard Google Analytics cookies, as well as a cookie to record your response to this confirmation request. Measured distances must be associated with a measurement accuracy to be meaningful.
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.
Book ratings by Goodreads. Models of Sharing Graphs Masahito Hasegawa. Examples are presented of commercial, industrial and artistic use. Why is Visual Metrology Hard? Vanishing Points and Vanishing Lines. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x The work described in this thesis develops the theory of computing world measurements from photographs of scenes and reconstructing three-dimensional models of the scene.
Accurate Visual Metrology from Single and Multiple Uncalibrated Images
Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford. The geometry of multiple views is also investigated, particularly the use of a parallax-based approach for structure and camera recovery. Forensic Science, History of Art, Virtual Reality, Architectural and indoor measurementspresented in a simple way, accompanied by pictures, diagrams and plenty of worked examples mehrology help the reader understand and implement the algorithms.
Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. 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.
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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Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive? Extensive use is made of geometric characteristics of the scene, thus metrplogy is no need for specialized calibration devices. For more information, please click here. Cookies This website uses Google Analytics to help us improve the website content. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide.