Geometric Interpretation of side-sharing and point-sharing solutions in the P3P Problem

29 Jan 2019 Bo wang Hao Hu Caixia Zhang

It is well known that the P3P problem could have 1, 2, 3 and at most 4 positive solutions under different configurations among its 3 control points and the position of the optical center. Since in any real applications, the knowledge on the exact number of possible solutions is a prerequisite for selecting the right one among all the possible solutions, the study on the phenomenon of multiple solutions in the P3P problem has been an active topic ... (read more)

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