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Development of a piecewise linear omnidirectional 3D image registration method
- Development of a piecewise linear omnidirectional 3D image registration method
- Bae, H[Bae, Hyunsoo]; Kang, W[Kang, Wonjin]; Lee, S[Lee, SukGyu]; Kim, Y[Kim, Youngwoo]
- DGIST Authors
- Kang, W[Kang, Wonjin]
- Issue Date
- Review of Scientific Instruments, 87(12)
- Article Type
- 3D Image Registration; Cameras; Economic and Social Effects; Geometry; Image Analysis; Image Distortions; Image Processing; Image Registration; Image Segmentation; Linear Transformations; Mathematical Transformations; Omnidirectional Image; Piecewise Linear Techniques; Recognition; Recognition Process; Registration Accuracy; Registration Methods; Registration Process; Statistical Model; Transformation Process; Velocity
- This paper proposes a new piecewise linear omnidirectional image registration method. The proposed method segments an image captured by multiple cameras into 2D segments defined by feature points of the image and then stitches each segment geometrically by considering the inclination of the segment in the 3D space. Depending on the intended use of image registration, the proposed method can be used to improve image registration accuracy or reduce the computation time in image registration because the trade-off between the computation time and image registration accuracy can be controlled for. In general, nonlinear image registration methods have been used in 3D omnidirectional image registration processes to reduce image distortion by camera lenses. The proposed method depends on a linear transformation process for omnidirectional image registration, and therefore it can enhance the effectiveness of the geometry recognition process, increase image registration accuracy by increasing the number of cameras or feature points of each image, increase the image registration speed by reducing the number of cameras or feature points of each image, and provide simultaneous information on shapes and colors of captured objects. © 2016 Author(s).
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