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Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Technical Sciences

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LEDs based video camera pose estimation

Autorzy Sudars, K.  Cacurs, R.  Homjakovs, I.  Judvaitis, J. 
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EN For 3D object localization and tracking with multiple cameras the camera poses have to be known within a high precision. The paper evaluates camera pose estimation via a fundamental matrix and via the known object in environment of multiple static cameras. A special feature point extraction technique based on LED (Light Emitting Diodes) point detection and matching has been developed for this purpose. LED point detection has been solved searching local maximums in images and LED point matching has been solved involving patterned time functions for each light source. Emitting LEDs have been used as sources of known reference points instead of typically used feature point extractors like ORB, SIFT, SURF etc. In such a way the robustness of pose estimation has been obtained. Camera pose estimation is significant for object localization using the networks with multiple cameras which are going to an play increasingly important role in modern Smart Cities environments.
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PL oszacowanie ustawienia kamery   rekonstrukcja modelu 3D   lokalizacja obiektu   śledzenie obiektu  
EN camera pose estimation   image keypoint detection and matching   3D point reconstruction   object localization and tracking  
Wydawca Polska Akademia Nauk, Wydział IV Nauk Technicznych
Czasopismo Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Technical Sciences
Rocznik 2015
Tom Vol. 63, nr 4
Strony 897--905
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 27 poz., rys., fot., wykr.
autor Sudars, K.
  • Institute of Electronics and Computer Science, 14 Dzerbenes St., LV-1006, Riga, Latvia,
autor Cacurs, R.
  • Institute of Electronics and Computer Science, 14 Dzerbenes St., LV-1006, Riga, Latvia
autor Homjakovs, I.
  • Institute of Electronics and Computer Science, 14 Dzerbenes St., LV-1006, Riga, Latvia
autor Judvaitis, J.
  • Institute of Electronics and Computer Science, 14 Dzerbenes St., LV-1006, Riga, Latvia
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DOI 10.1515/bpasts-2015-0102