Factorization-based Structure-and-motion Computation for Generalized Camera Model
Generalized camera model (GCM) has been introduced recently to unify the analysis and description of a variety of non-conventional camera designs (e.g. catadioptric and omnidirectional), as well as multi-camera systems. In this paper, we extend the well-known and powerful Tomasi-Kanade type factorization framework to generalized cameras. We first prove that even for such seemingly more complicated generalized cameras there is also a rank-4 constraint, similar to the case of using a single...[Show more]
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