Matching 2-D ellipses to 3-D circles with application to vehicle pose identification
Finding the three-dimensional representation of all or a part of a scene from a single two dimensional image is a challenging task. In this paper we propose a method for identifying the pose and location of objects with circular protrusions in three dimensions from a single image and a 3d representation or model of the object of interest. To do this, we present a method for identifying ellipses and their properties quickly and reliably with a novel technique that exploits intensity differences...[Show more]
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|Source:||Proceedings of the International Image and Vision Computing New Zealand Conference (IVCNZ 2009)|
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