@InProceedings{Ehlgen-WACV2007,
  IS = { zkontrolovano 15 Dec 2007 },
  UPDATE  = { 2007-12-11 },
  author = 	{Ehlgen, Tobias and Tom{\'a}{\v s} Pajdla },
  title	= 	{Maneuvering Aid for Large Vehicle using Omnidirectional Cameras},
  booktitle = 	{WACV: 8th IEEE Workshop on Applications of Computer Vision},
  year = 	{2007},
  pages = 	{6},
  book_pages = 	{120},
  isbn =        {978-0-7695-2794-9},
  publisher =   {IEEE Computer Society Press},
  address =     {Los Alamitos, USA},
  month =       {October},
  day =         {20},
  venue =       {Austin, Texas},
  annote = {Maneuvering large vehicles like trucks is a challenging
    task because their drivers often cannot see the closest
    surrounding area of the vehicle. This paper presents a system
    providing the driver with a bird's-eye view of the surrounding
    area on a single display. This view is constructed by stitching
    together cutouts from two omnidirectional images acquired by
    catadioptric cameras, which are placed below the side mirrors. The
    geometry of the cameras is analyzed with respect to the formation
    of blind spots. We illustrate how to select the cutouts in order
    to eliminate completely the blind spots in the bird's-eye view.},
  keywords = 	{Omnidirectional vision, Automotive Vision, Catadioptric Cameras},
  note = {CD-ROM},
  project = {MSM6840770038},
}