Effects of sampling rate and pose error on volume reconstruction by space carving

TitleEffects of sampling rate and pose error on volume reconstruction by space carving
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2001
AuthorsAvanaki, A. N., B. Hamidzadeh, and F. Kossentini
Secondary AuthorsShum, H. Y., M. Liao, and S. F. Chang
JournalAdvances in Mutlimedia Information Processing - PCM 2001, Proceedings
Volume2195
Pagination1048–1053
ISSN0302-9743
Abstract

Effects of sampling rate and pose error on silhouette-based volume reconstruction are addressed in this paper. An account of importance of choosing silhouette samples (viewpoint distribution) is given. A new viewpoint distribution method is introduced and its performance is compared to a traditional method empirically. We also investigate effects of sampling rate variation and different levels of pose error on silhouette-based reconstruction quality. We observed that in presence of considerable pose error, increase of sampling rate cannot enhance reconstruction quality. We also observed that reconstruction process in higher sampling rates is more sensitive to pose error.

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