1 January 1990 Automatic modeling of 3-D moving objects from a TV image sequence
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Luminance changes in a TV image sequence can be interpreted as being due to a scene consisting of 3D-objects moving with 6 degrees of freedom in 3D-space. The 3D-space is illuminated by a light source and is observed by a camera. A parametric model is presented which employs an explicit representation of the illumination source, the camera, and the 3D-objects. A method is suggested, in which an Analysis-by-Synthesis-process automatically extracts the model parameters from an incoming sequence of monocular TV images and thereby allows the modelling of the 3D scene. Since a parametric description of a complex scene resulting in a physically satisfactory modelling cannot be achieved in all generality, we have concentrated on the modelling of quasi- rigid, natural objects with homogeneous surfaces like the head-shoulder parts of human beings.
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Claus E. Liedtke, Hans Busch, and Reinhard Koch "Automatic modeling of 3-D moving objects from a TV image sequence", Proc. SPIE 1260, Sensing and Reconstruction of Three-Dimensional Objects and Scenes, (1 January 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.20023; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.20023


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