Mosaics from arbitrary stereo video sequences

Gorges, Nicholas and Hanheide, Marc and Christmas, William and Bauckhage, Christian and Sagerer, Gerhard and Kittler, Joseph (2004) Mosaics from arbitrary stereo video sequences. In: Pattern recognition. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (3175). Springer, pp. 342-349. ISBN 9783540229452, 9783540286493

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Abstract

lthough mosaics are well established as a compact and non-redundant representation of image sequences, their application still suffers from restrictions of the camera motion or has to deal with parallax errors. We present an approach that allows construction of mosaics from arbitrary motion of a head-mounted camera pair. As there are no parallax errors when creating mosaics from planar objects, our approach first decomposes the scene into planar sub-scenes from stereo vision and creates a mosaic for each plane individually. The power of the presented mosaicing technique is evaluated in an office scenario, including the analysis of the parallax error.

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Additional Information:lthough mosaics are well established as a compact and non-redundant representation of image sequences, their application still suffers from restrictions of the camera motion or has to deal with parallax errors. We present an approach that allows construction of mosaics from arbitrary motion of a head-mounted camera pair. As there are no parallax errors when creating mosaics from planar objects, our approach first decomposes the scene into planar sub-scenes from stereo vision and creates a mosaic for each plane individually. The power of the presented mosaicing technique is evaluated in an office scenario, including the analysis of the parallax error.
Keywords:Robotics, Human-robot interaction, bmjtype
Subjects:H Engineering > H670 Robotics and Cybernetics
Divisions:College of Science > School of Computer Science
ID Code:6719
Deposited By: Marc Hanheide
Deposited On:26 Oct 2012 14:17
Last Modified:13 Mar 2013 09:18

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