Abstract for broadhurst_cipolla_bmvc2000

BMVC 2000 (pp I:282-291)


A. Broadhurst and R. Cipolla

Sept 2000

This paper investigates the use of the Space Carving algorithm with outdoor image sequences, using a lambertian lighting model. A new consistency function is proposed that uses a statistical comparison instead of the voxel centroid sampling that was initially proposed. This is important when there is more detail in the images than can be stored in a voxel representation. The new function is evaluated using synthetic data and real image sequences.

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