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Title: Automatic registration of color images to 3D geometry of indoor environments
Keywords: Image-to-geometry registration, 2D-to-3D registration, range scanning, multiview geometry, SIFT, image blending.
Issue Date: 9-Feb-2009
Citation: LI YUNZHEN (2009-02-09). Automatic registration of color images to 3D geometry of indoor environments. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In this thesis, we present an approach to automatically register a large set ofcolor images to a 3D geometric model. The problem arises from the modelingof real-world environments, where surface geometry is acquired using range scannerswhereas the color information is separately acquired using untracked andcalibrated cameras. Our approach constructs a sparse 3D model from the colorimages using a multiview geometry technique. The sparse model is then approximatelyaligned with the detailed model. We project special light patterns onto thescene surfaces to increase the robustness of the multiview-geometry reconstruction.Planes in the detailed model are exploited to re ne the registration. Finally, theregistered color images are mapped to the detailed model using weighted blending,with careful consideration of occlusion.
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