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Panoramic Imaging and 3D Reconstruction Based onSparse Image Volume

《南京理工大学学报》(自然科学版)[ISSN:1005-9830/CN:32-1397/N]

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2012年05期
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Title:
Panoramic Imaging and 3D Reconstruction Based onSparse Image Volume
Author(s):
JIANG Wei1SONG Zhen-dong 2WEI Shi-heng 1
1. State Key Laboratory of Industrial Control Technology,Zhejiang University,Hangzhou 310027,China;2. College of Information Sciences and Technology,Heilongjiang University,Haerbin 150080,China
Keywords:
panoramic 3D reconstructionpanoramasparse image volumemulti-baseline algorithmscamera selection
PACS:
TP391. 4;TP242. 6
DOI:
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Abstract:
A new approach for obtaining a dense panorama image and 3D depth information aboutpanoramic(360°) environments is presented here. A sparse spatio-temporal volume is obtained byrotating a noncentral image acquisition rig to collect the panorama. By using the multi-baseline stereotechnique on the sparse spatio-temporal volume, the panoramic depth map is estimated and thepanorama image with the same spatial resolution as the original regular images is generated. The newapproach produces better results than previous approaches and shortens acquisition time of regularimages by enlarging the rotational angular interval. Experimental results show that this approach canincrease imaging speed 45 times,decrease root-mean-square error( RMSE) over 95%,and producehigh quality panorama image and panoramic 3D reconstruction.

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