@InProceedings{Bakstein-CTUWorkshop03,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 24 Apr 2003 },
  UPDATE  = { 2003-03-07 },
  author =       {Bakstein, Hynek and Pajdla, Tom{\'a}{\v s}},
  title =        {Non-central cameras for {3D} reconstruction},
  booktitle =    {Proceedings of Workshop 2003},
  book_pages =   {1212},
  publisher =    {CTU Publishing House},
  organization = {Czech Technical University in Prague},
  address =      {Faculty of Architecture of CTU, Prague, Czech republic},
  pages =        {240-241},
  year =         {2003},
  month =        {February},
  isbn =         {80-01-02708-2},
  venue =        {Prague, Czech republic},
  day =          {10--12},
  project =      {CTU 0208013, MSM 212300013, GACR 102/01/1371},
  keywords =     {Non-central cameras, Omnidirectional vision, 
                  Wide angle lenses},
  autorship =    {50-50},
  psurl = {[Bakstein-CTU2003.pdf]},
  annote = {Work supported by the internal grant of the Czech
  Technical University in Prague was devoted to calibration of a Nikon
  FC-E8 fish eye lens. We use this lens in many applications including
  realizations of non-central cameras. Non-central cameras do not have
  a single center of projection through which would all light rays
  pass, as opposite to classical central cameras. Nevertheless,
  non-central cameras are frequently used and theory of their image
  formation is a recent field in computer vision. It has been shown
  that even an equivalent to epipolar geometry exists for a certain
  class of non-central cameras and that 3D reconstruction from
  non-central images is possible.},
}