Motion estimation of a calibrated multi-ocular acquisition system can be performed either on two-dimensional data, by applying a rigidity constraint to a set of matched points on monocular views, or on three-dimensional data, by determining the rigid motion that best overlaps homologous 3D points obtained through stereo matching and back-projection. In this paper we propose, analyze and compare these two possible solutions, and present a low-cost high-accuracy full-3D reconstruction system based on multiple trinocular views at standard TV resolution.

3D motion estimation of a trinocular system for a full-3D object reconstruction / F. Pedersini, A. Sarti, S. Tubaro - In: Proceedings of 3rd IEEE International Conference on Image Processing 1996 - (ICIP 96)[s.l] : IEEE, 1996. - ISBN 0-7803-3259-8. - pp. 867-870 (( convegno International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP) nel 1996.

3D motion estimation of a trinocular system for a full-3D object reconstruction

F. Pedersini
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1996

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Motion estimation of a calibrated multi-ocular acquisition system can be performed either on two-dimensional data, by applying a rigidity constraint to a set of matched points on monocular views, or on three-dimensional data, by determining the rigid motion that best overlaps homologous 3D points obtained through stereo matching and back-projection. In this paper we propose, analyze and compare these two possible solutions, and present a low-cost high-accuracy full-3D reconstruction system based on multiple trinocular views at standard TV resolution.
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