Publisher : The Korean Institute of Information and Commucation Engineering
DOI : 10.6109/jkiice.2015.19.12.2943
Title & Authors
3D Reconstruction Using a Single Camera Kwon, Oh-Young; Seo, Kyoung-Taek;
Run 3D reconstruction using a single camera, based on the information, we are advancing research on driving assistance apparatus or can be informed how to pass the obstacle existing ahead the driver. As a result depth information falls but it is possible to provide information that can pass through an obstacle on the straight. For 3D reconstruction by measuring the internal parameters, it calculates the Fundamental matrix and matching to find the feature points obtained by executing the triangulation on the basis of this. When the through experiments try to confirm the results, the depth information is present error information in the X and Y axes which can determine whether or not to pass through an obstacle has reliability.
3D reconstruction;Single camera reconstruction;BlackBox;Image Triangulation;
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