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VolVision: High-speed Capture in Unconstrained Camera Motion

Summary

we propose a novel concept called VolVision that en-compasses using a camera to reconstruct 6DoF unconstrained mo- tion. "VolVision" is designed to handle imagery falling, tossed or thrown cameras. And VolVision also allows users to reconstruct dynamic images and generate a 3D-mapped scene from image se- quences. It could be used to model severe environments like valley and mountains that are normally not easily viewed by humans. We produced a prototype that embodies the concept above, and were able to reconstruct the camera's path, perform image mosaicing, and track 3D information of feature points in images.



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Reference

  1. Takeoka, H., Moko, Y., Reynolds, C., Komuro, T., Watanabe, Y., and Ishikawa, M. (2011). VolVision: High-speed Capture in Unconstrained Camera Motion, The 4th ACM SIGGRAPH Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques in Asia (SIGGRAPH ASIA 2011), pp.4:1--4:2, December 12-15, 2011. Hong Kong, China.[PDF]
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