A direct method to self-calibrate a surveillance camera by observing a walking pedestrian
Recent efforts show that it is possible to calibrate a surveillance camera simply from observing a walking human. This procedure can be seen as a special application of the camera self-calibration technique. Several methods have been proposed along this line, but most of them have certain restrictions, such as require the human walking at a constant speed, or require two orthogonal lines marked on the ground, etc. This has hindered their applicability. In this paper we propose a new method that...[Show more]
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