Efficient Solution to the Epipolar Geometry for Radially Distorted Cameras

ICCV 2015 Zuzana KukelovaJan HellerMartin BujnakAndrew FitzgibbonTomas Pajdla

The estimation of the epipolar geometry of two cameras from image matches is a fundamental problem of computer vision with many applications. While the closely related problem of estimating relative pose of two different uncalibrated cameras with radial distortion is of particular importance, none of the previously published methods is suitable for practical applications... (read more)

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