Obtaining 3D Models with
a Hand-Held Camera
This tutorial described how 3D models
can be obtained from images acquired with
a hand-held camera. The presented approach
is based on advanced automatic techniques
that avoid camera calibration and a priori
scene knowledge. This tutorial included interest point extraction and matching, projective
calibration, self-calibration, dense matching, and 3D modeling. Applications ranging from archaeology to planetary exploration were
Basic knowledge of 3D computer graphics
and geometry. Some knowledge of 3D modeling from images.
Interest point extraction, multiview relations, robust matching, projective calibration, self-
calibration, bundle adjustment, image-pair
rectification, dense stereo matching, multiview matching, surface generation, and volumetric modeling.
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven