2: Obtaining 3D Models With a Hand-Held Camera
Sunday, Tutorial, 10 am - noon
3D models can be obtained from images acquired with a
hand-held camera. The approach is based on advanced automatic
techniques that avoid camera calibration and a priori
scene knowledge, which gradually retrieve more and more
information about the image, the cameras, and the scene.
Applications range from archaeology to planetary exploration.
This tutorial is accessible to a wide audience with diverse
backgrounds. It requires basic understanding of 3D geometry
and perspective projection. A full appreciation of the
course requires some knowledge of projective geometry,
computer vision, and image-processing techniques.
Feature point extraction and matching, multi-view relations,
robust matching, projective structure and motion recovery,
self-calibration, bundle adjustment, image-pair rectification,
dense stereo matching, multi-view matching, 3D surface
modeling, and applications.
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