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A novel stereo camera system by a biprism

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저 자 Doohyun Lee, In So Kweon
학 회 IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation
논문일시(Year) 2000
논문일시(Month) 10
Vol. 16, No.5, pp.528-541

In this paper, we propose a novel and practical stereo camera system that uses only one camera and a biprism placed in
front of the camera. The equivalent of a stereo pair of images is formed as the left and right halves of a single charge coupled device (CCD) image using a biprism. The system is therefore cheap and extremely easy to calibrate since it requires only one CCD camera. An additional advantage of the geometrical setup is that corresponding features lie on the same scanline automatically.
The single camera and biprism have led to a simple stereo system for which correspondence is very easy and accurate for nearby objects in a small field of view. Since we use only a single lens, calibration of the system is greatly simplified. Given the parameters in the biprism-stereo camera system, we can reconstruct the three-dimensional structure using only the disparity between the corresponding points.

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Doohyun Lee, In So Kweon
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Pattern Recognition Letters 2000 / 01
15. A new calibration algorithm using known angles
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Electronics Letters 2000 / 01
14. A Fast and stable snake algorithm for medical images
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Pattern Recognition Letters 1999 / 05
13. A fast and stable method for detecting and tracking medical organs in MRI sequences
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IEICE Transactions on Information and Systems 1999 / 02
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11. 2-D object recognition using invariant contour descriptor and projective refinement
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Pattern Recognition 1998 / 05
10. Map-based probabilistic reasoning to vehicle segmentation
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Pattern Recognition 1998 / 12
9. 2-D curved shape recognition using a local curve descriptor and projective refinement
Kyoungsig Roh, In So Kweon
IEICE Transactions on Information and Systems 1998 / 05
8. Illuminant direction and shape of a bump
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Journal of the Optical Society of America - A - Optics Image Science and Vision 1998 / 01
7. Extraction of line features in a noisy image
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6. Color and printer models for color halftoning
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Journal of Electronic Imaging 1997 / 04
5. Image Point Matching by Triangulation
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Intelligent Automation and Soft Computing 1997 / 01
4. Group-based multi agent system configuration for mobile robot navigation
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Japan Journal of Robot 1995 / 04
3. Extracting topographic terrain features from elevation maps
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IEICE Transactions on Information and Systems 1993 / 04
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In So Kweon, T. Kanade
Special Issue on 3-D Vision of IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (PAMI) 1992 / 02
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