I will complete my ICCV 2005 contest entry.
I intend on (at least) matching the performance of the winning teams' entries.
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- Code. December 13, 2005.
- Project Report. December 5, 2005. 15 pages.
"Why you care?":
I derive the exact equations to solve the structure and motion problem using
bundle adjustment. They are a little tedious, so if you feel lazy, copy and paste away. I parameterize
my cameras with the usual extrinsic matrices (rotation plus translation), but only account for
the cameras' focal lengths in the intrinsic matrix K. If your application uses a richer
camera model, then you'll have to do those derivatives yourself (though it should be fairly evident
how to proceed, based on what I give you).
- Presentation. December 5, 2005. 20 slides.
Mandarin Orange Box Animation 1 (two-view). 6.4 MB.
Mandarin Orange Box Animation 2 (three-view). 10 MB.
World Map Animation (two-view). 1.1 MB.
"Why you care?": The animations of the algorithm running on real data demonstrate what the static figures of the report cannot.
- Literature review. November 25, 2005. 6 pages.
"Why you care?": You don't! My derivations contain errors, see the report instead.
- Project proposal. November 6, 2005. 1 page.
"Why you care?": You don't.