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Differential Spatial Resection - Pose Estimation Using a Single Local Image Feature

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Differential Spatial Resection - Pose Estimation Using a Single Local Image Feature
Robust local image features have been used successfully in robot localization and camera pose estimation; region tracking using affine warps is considered state of the art also for many years. Although such correspondences provide a warp of the local image region and are quite powerful, in direct pose estimation they are so far only considered as points and therefore three of them are required to construct a camera pose. In this contribution we show how it is possible to directly compute a pose based upon one such feature, given the plane in space where it lies. This differential correspondence concept exploits the texture warp and has recently gained attention in estimation of conjugate rotations. The approach can also be considered as the limiting case of the well-known spatial resection problem when the three 3D points approach each other infinitesimally close. We show that the differential correspondence is more powerful than conic correspondences while its exploitation requires no...
Kevin Köser, Reinhard Koch
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Updated 15 Oct 2009
Type Conference
Year 2008
Where ECCV
Authors Kevin Köser, Reinhard Koch
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