“A Method for Rectifying Inclination of Panoramic Images” by Kawai

  • ©Naoki Kawai

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Entry Number: 23

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    A Method for Rectifying Inclination of Panoramic Images

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    We propose a method for transforming inclined panoramic images into upright posture as if they were captured up straight. The method rectifies images automatically using neither additional information nor external instructions, while it enables panoramic images of both indoor and outdoor scenes to stand upright robustly. It helps unskilled people to make high quality panoramic images used for widespread applications including city navigation and real estate easier.

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    • Jinwoong Jung, Beomseok Kim, Joon-Young Lee, Byungmoon Kim, and Seungyong Lee. 2017. Robust upright adjustment of 360 spherical panoramas. The Visual Computer 33, 6-8 (2017), 737–747.

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