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Calibrated cameras are an extremely useful resource for computer vision scenarios. Typically, cameras are calibrated through calibration targets, measurements of the observed scene, or self-calibrated through features matched between cameras with overlapping fields of view. This paper considers an approach to camera calibration based on observations of a pedestrian and compares the resulting calibration to a commonly used approach requiring that measurements be made of the scene.
Date of Conference: Aug. 29 2010-Sept. 1 2010