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Lecture notes in control and information sciences
Planar catadioptric stereo (PCS) vision sensors consist of a pinhole camera and two or more planar mirrors. PCS systems have recently received an increasing attention in computer vision and have a promising applicability in robotics, since the use of mirrors allows to obtain a stereo view without the need of exact multi-camera synchronization and stereo calibration. The paper presents a rigorous analytical treatment of the imaging geometry of PCS sensors and introduce new multiple viewdoi:10.1007/978-1-84996-089-2_1 fatcat:uezhaq3qvbdmrk767xy6556n5y