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Panoramic Depth Imaging with a Single Standard Camera

By Peter Peer and Franc Solina


In this article we present a panoramic depth imaging system. The system is mosaic-based which means that we use a single rotating camera and assemble the captured images in a mosaic. Due to a setoff of the camera's optical center from the rotational center of the system we are able to capture the motion parallax effect which enables the stereo reconstruction. The camera is rotating on a circular path with the step defined by an angle, equivalent to one column of the captured image. The equation for depth estimation can be easily extracted from system geometry. To find the corresponding points on stereo pair of panoramic images the epipolar geometry needs to be determined

Year: 2001
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