18 January 1993 Straight line extraction, matching, and 3D object motion estimations from intensity images
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Proceedings Volume 1713, International Conference on Manufacturing Automation; (1993) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.138501
Event: International Conference on Manufacturing Automation, 1992, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Abstract
An experiment in determining 3D vehicle motion in an outdoor scene using line correspondences over an image sequence is presented in this paper. The motivation of this experiment is to test how well algorithms of motion estimaLion work on real life outdoor scenes. Using images taken by a well calibrated camera, the experiment includes straight line extraction from intensity images, straight line matching and motion estimation using line correspondences. Many corrections and adjustments are performed on the raw image data before they are used for motion estimation, which include film distortion correction, lens distortion correction and camera alignment. The results of this experiment indicate that for the type of vehicle motion under consideration, our algorithm can obtain reasonably accurate estimates for rotation. The experiment also reveals that there is a big gap between simulation tests and real scene tests for algorithms of motion estimation.
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Yuncai Liu and Thomas S. Huang "Straight line extraction, matching, and 3D object motion estimations from intensity images", Proc. SPIE 1713, International Conference on Manufacturing Automation, (18 January 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.138501; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.138501
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