Range Recovery using Virtual Multi-camera Stereo

D. W. Murray, P. A. Beardsley
1992 Procedings of the British Machine Vision Conference 1992  
We describe the principles of a device comprised of a static camera and rotating plane mirror that enables the passive recovery of 3D range information. The range recovery can be regarded as either structure from known motion or as virtual multi-camera stereo. Two advantages of the arrangement are that the camera-mirror system is compact and that range information can be recovered over a wide, near panoramic, field of view.
doi:10.5244/c.6.4 dblp:conf/bmvc/MurrayB92 fatcat:lyg4igltvzgf7lealwcetxixu4