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Peter Sturm
presents
A historical survey of geometric computer vision
 
On 2016-04-13 14:00 at G205
 
In this talk, a historical survey of geometric computer vision problems will be
presented, spanning roughly 300 years. It will visit concepts such as
shape-from-silhouettes / visual hull, epipolar geometry, trifocal matching
constraints, projective reconstruction, self-calibration, 3D modelling of
surfaces of revolution, 3D modelling using mirror reflections, and several
more.
Many of these were already studied in the 19th century or earlier.
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