“Building indoor multi-panorama experiences at scale” by Colbert, Bouguet, Beis, Childs, Filip, et al. …

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    Building indoor multi-panorama experiences at scale

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    Google Street View has provided millions of users with the ability to visually locate businesses around the world using 360° panoramic imagery. Due to the bulky, custom hardware required to precisely geo-locate the imagery, such as laser scanners and high precision GPS devices, Street View experiences have been limited to large areas that can provide cost-effective collections. This has prevented users from discovering places such as the interiors of small businesses.

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    1. Hartley, R. I., and Zisserman, A. 2004. Multiple View Geometry in Computer Vision, second ed. Cambridge University Press, ISBN: 0521540518.
    2. Zhang, Z., and Kanade, T. 1998. Determining the epipolar geometry and its uncertainty: A review. International Journal of Computer Vision 27, 161–195.


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