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Extensions of Plane-Based Calibration to the Case of Translational Motion in a Robot Vision Setting

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2 Author(s)
Malm, H. ; Dept. of Cell & Organism Biol., Lund Univ. ; Heyden, A.

In this paper, a technique for calibrating a camera using a planar calibration object with known metric structure, when the camera (or the calibration plane) undergoes pure translational motion, is presented. The study is an extension of the standard formulation of plane-based camera calibration where the translational case is considered as degenerate. We derive a flexible and straightforward way of using different amounts of knowledge of the translational motion for the calibration task. The theory is mainly applicable in a robot vision setting, and the calculation of the hand-eye orientation and the special case of stereo head calibration are also being addressed. Results of experiments on both computer-generated and real image data are presented. The paper covers the most useful instances of applying the technique to a real system and discusses the degenerate cases that needs to be considered. The paper also presents a method for calculating the infinite homography between the two image planes in a stereo head, using the homographies estimated between the calibration plane and the image planes. Its possible usage and usefulness for simultaneous calibration of the two cameras in the stereo head are discussed and illustrated using experiments

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Robotics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

April 2006

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