Epipolar geometry estimated using the matches from the environment
Now two images of a rock scene is taken by the same stereo
setup. The software image-matching is applied
to them, which establishs automatically the point
correspondences between them and estimates their epipolar
geometry. The original points in each image are available HERE for the first image and THERE for the second image, which have been
extracted using Harris corner detector. The point matches
established by image-matching are available HERE for the first image and THERE for the second image, and the
estimated fundamental matrix is available HERE.
Now you can try to play with these two images. You will find
that the estimated epipolar geometry is very good.
The epipolar geometry estimated for the scene is unfortunately
not valid for the calibration apparatus.
Author: Zhengyou Zhang
Last modified: Wed Oct 23 13:45:26 MET DST