Coupled Line Cameras as a New Geometric Tool for Quadrilateral Reconstruction

- Journal title : Korean Journal of Computational Design and Engineering
- Volume 20, Issue 4, 2015, pp.357-366
- Publisher : Society of CAD/CAM Engineers
- DOI : 10.7315/CADCAM.2015.357

Title & Authors

Coupled Line Cameras as a New Geometric Tool for Quadrilateral Reconstruction

Lee, Joo-Haeng;

Lee, Joo-Haeng;

Abstract

We review recent research results on coupled line cameras (CLC) as a new geometric tool to reconstruct a scene quadrilateral from image quadrilaterals. Coupled line cameras were first developed as a camera calibration tool based on geometric insight on the perspective projection of a scene rectangle to an image plane. Since CLC comprehensively describes the relevant projective structure in a single image with a set of simple algebraic equations, it is also useful as a geometric reconstruction tool, which is an important topic in 3D computer vision. In this paper we first introduce fundamentals of CLC with reals examples. Then, we cover the related works to optimize the initial solution, to extend for the general quadrilaterals, and to apply for cuboidal reconstruction.

Keywords

Coupled line cameras;Geometric computer vision;Geometric reconstruction;

Language

Korean

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