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Structure from image sequences captured through a monocular extra-wide angle lens

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4 Author(s)
Kato, K. ; NTT Human Interface Labs., Kanagawa, Japan ; Nakanishi, T. ; Shio, A. ; Ishii, K.

This paper presents a new method for extracting the 3-D shape and texture of an object undergoing translational motion from image sequences captured through a monocular extra-wide picture viewing angle. The feature of this work is extracting this information from image sequences without requiring rigid environmental conditions. In this method, the relative positions between target and view position are estimated based on spatio-temporal image analysis, and shape is reconstructed from the multiple silhouette information. After reconstructing the 3-D shape, the voxel value of a surface point is determined by statistically analyzing those images that contain the surface point. The proposed method can extract 3-D shape and surface texture at a stroke from outdoor scenes. An experiment using real outdoor scenes confirms the effectiveness of the method

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Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 1994. Proceedings CVPR '94., 1994 IEEE Computer Society Conference on

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21-23 Jun 1994

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