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Camera Pose Estimation Using Images of Planar Mirror Reflections

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Camera Pose Estimation Using Images of Planar Mirror Reflections
The image of a planar mirror reflection (IPMR) can be interpreted as a virtual view of the scene, acquired by a camera with a pose symmetric to the pose of the real camera with respect to the mirror plane. The epipolar geometry of virtual views associated with different IPMRs is well understood, and it is possible to recover the camera motion and perform 3D scene reconstruction by applying standard structure-from-motion methods that use image correspondences as input. In this article we address the problem of estimating the pose of the real camera, as well as the positions of the mirror plane, by assuming that the rigid motion between N virtual views induced by planar mirror reflections is known. The solution of this problem enables the registration of objects lying outside the camera field-of-view, which can have important applications in domains like non-overlapping camera network calibration and robot vision. We show that the positions of the mirror planes can be uniquely determined...
Rui Rodrigues, João P. Barreto, Urbano Nune
Added 09 Nov 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where ECCV
Authors Rui Rodrigues, João P. Barreto, Urbano Nunes
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