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Title: 3D reconstruction from video
Authors: Siu, Kam Hung
Department: Department of Computer Engineering and Information Technology
Issue Date: 2004
Supervisor: Dr. Lau Rynson Wing Hung. Assessor: Dr. Komura Taku
Abstract: The project proposes a 3D geometry reconstruction of the scene from video. A number of images would be captured from a video, and dense matching algorithm would be used to reconstruct the scene. In that algorithm, Feature tracking and image rectification also would be involved in the project. And then derive depth maps from image sequences. Once the depth map is computed, the intensity and depth at these locations are used to reconstruct arbitrary views of the 3-D scene. Finally, triangular mesh and texture mapping are used to show the 3D object.
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