Monocular three-dimensional self-calibrating surface reconstruction using digital photogrammetry
Nguyen, TT, Suada, MG, Dirgantara, G and Putra, IS (2008). Monocular three-dimensional self-calibrating surface reconstruction using digital photogrammetry. AUN/SEED-Net Regional Workshop on Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Bandung, Indonesia 23 - 24 Jul 2008 London South Bank University.
|Authors||Nguyen, TT, Suada, MG, Dirgantara, G and Putra, IS|
Photogrammetry, which has significantly matured throughout the years, is an optical technique to accurately measure the depth of spatial points from their images. In this paper, a self-calibrating measurement technique based on photogrammery is presented. A digital camera with zoom lenses is used to capture images of the investigated object. The image sequence is then transferred to a Matlab® code to detect the interest points, then to compute the 3-D coordinates of those interest points and the camera poses by matrix factorization operation. Neither calibration object nor a priori information of the camera is needed. The proposed 3-D reconstruction technique is proved able to measure the 3-D shapes of various surfaces with the error of 1 part in 1000 of their sizes.
|Publisher||London South Bank University|
|Accepted author manuscript|
CC BY 4.0
|23 Jul 2008|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||15 Dec 2017|
|Accepted||01 Mar 2008|
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