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Hyperpatches for 3D model acquisition and tracking

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3 Author(s)
Wiles, C.S. ; Ealing Studios, Anthropics Technol., London, UK ; Maki, A. ; Matsuda, N.

Automatic 3D model acquisition and 3D tracking of simple objects under motion using a single camera is often difficult due to the sparsity of information from which to establish the model. We developed an automatic scheme that first computes a simple Euclidean model of the object and then enriches this model using hyperpatches. These hyperpatches contain information on both the orientation and intensity pattern variation of roughly planar patches on an object. This information allows both the spatial and intensity distortions of the projected patch to be modeled accurately under 3D object motion. Considering human tracking as a specific application, we show that hyperpatches can not only be computed automatically during model acquisition from a monocular image sequence, but that they are also extremely appropriate for the task of visual tracking

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Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 12 )

Date of Publication:

Dec 2001

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