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Title: The inverse problem in perspective
Authors: CHIA WAN TING
Keywords: camera, geometry, homogeneous coordinates, perspective, projective
Issue Date: 21-May-2006
Source: CHIA WAN TING (2006-05-21). The inverse problem in perspective. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This thesis is intended to introduce readers to an interesting topic in geometry. Weexplore three methods for obtaining the position of the camera from a box-shapedobject with the help of its image. Furthermore, we seek to understand the geometrybetween these methods. Two of the methods we discuss are in three-point perspective,by Criminisi and Eggar. The third method, by Henle and Byers, is in two-pointperspective. We make use of projective geometry and homogeneous coordinates to showhow, by taking geometrical measurements of a box-shaped figure and its image, we cancalculate the position of the camera.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/15324
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