Abstract for kykwong_icip2001

Proc. International Conference on Image Processing


Cipolla, R. and Wong, K.-Y.K

October 2001

Profiles of a sculpture provide rich information about its geometry, and can be used for model reconstruction under known camera motion. By exploiting correspondences induced by epipolar tangents on the profiles, a successful solution to motion estimation has been developed for the case of circular motion. Arbitrary general views can then be incorporated to refine the model built from circular motion.

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