@InProceedings{Ehlgen-BackingUp-Omnivis2007,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 15 Dec 2007 },
  UPDATE  = { 2007-12-11 },
  author = 	{Ehlgen, Tobias and Thom, Markus and Glaser, Markus},
  title	= 	{Omnidirectional Cameras as Backing-Up Aid},
  booktitle = 	{Proceedings of Omnivis 2007: Workshop on Omnidirectional Vision and 
                 Camera Networks and Non-classical Cameras},
  year = 	{2007},
  pages = 	{8},
  book_pages = 	{5},
  isbn =        {978-1-4244-1631-8},
  publisher =   {IEEE Computer Society Press},
  address =     {Los Alamitos, USA},
  month =       {October},
  day =         {20},
  venue =       {Rio de Janeiro, Brazil},
  annote = {Omnidirectional cameras are well suited for maneuvering
    tasks due to to their large field of view. We mounted two
    catadioptric cameras on a vehicle and provide the driver with a
    bird's-eye view of the surrounding area behind the vehicle as well
    as the area on the left and right hand side. In order to enlarge
    the field of view of the bird's-eye view image, we will show an
    extension to the bird's-eye view image that provides a larger
    field of view and thus simplifies challenging maneuvering
    tasks. An overlay onto the resulting image shows the motion path
    of the vehicle while reversing.  This motion path is connected to
    the steering angle. The driver can easily see where the vehicle
    will move when the steering angle is not changed throughout the
    movement.},
  keywords = 	{Omnidirectional vision, Automotive Vision, Catadioptric Cameras},
  note = {CD-ROM},
}