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CVPR
2010
IEEE
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Live Dense Reconstruction with a Single Moving Camera
We present a method which enables rapid and dense reconstruction of scenes browsed by a single live camera. We take point-based real-time structure from motion (SFM) as our starti...
Richard Newcombe, Andrew Davison
ICCV
2009
IEEE
8 years 9 months ago
Dense 3D reconstruction method using a single pattern for fast moving object
Dense 3D reconstruction of extremely fast moving objects could contribute to various applications such as body structure analysis and accident avoidance and so on. The actual case...
Ryusuke Sagawa, Yuichi Ota, Yasushi Yagi, Ryo Furu...
ICIP
2006
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
Video-Based Rendering using Feature Point Evolution
1 We propose a novel video-based rendering algorithm with a single moving camera. We reconstruct a dynamic 3D model of the scene with a feature point set that "evolves" o...
Wende Zhang, Tsuhan Chen
CA
2003
IEEE
9 years 5 months ago
Inserting Synthetic Characters into Live-Action Scenes of Multiple People
— Using a single camera, we capture video of multiple people walking in an open area and insert a moving synthetic character into the scene. The people are located in the video u...
Arunachalam Somasundaram, Rick Paren
CVPR
2010
IEEE
9 years 8 months ago
High-Resolution Modeling of Moving and Deforming Objects Using Sparse Geometric and Dense Photometric Measurements
Modeling moving and deforming objects requires capturing as much information as possible during a very short time. When using off-the-shelf hardware, this often hinders the resolu...
Yi Xu, Daniel Aliaga
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