“Obtaining 3D Models with a Hand-Held Camera” by Pollefeys

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Entry Number: 12

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    Obtaining 3D Models with a Hand-Held Camera

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    Prerequisites
    Basic knowledge of 3D computer graphics and geometry. Some knowledge of 3D modeling from images.

    Topics
    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.

    Description
    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 presented.

     


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Contributed By:


    Mary Whitton

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    Charles Babbage Institute Archives, University of Minnesota

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