Recognition of Planar Objects in 3D Space

H. C. Sim, R. I. Damper
1998 Procedings of the British Machine Vision Conference 1998  
A technique for recognizing planar objects in three-dimensional space is described. The object's domain is not restricted to purely two-dimensional items but includes fairly flat real objects such as a pair of scissors. To tackle realistic matching problems, the proposed method is invariant to changes within a prescribed range of perspective viewpoints, scaling, shift and reasonable degree of occlusion. In brief, objects are recognized by a modified dynamic link matching. Our experiments show
more » ... at the system is very successful in recognizing deformed objects due to perspective distortion, even in rather cluttered scenes.
doi:10.5244/c.12.89 dblp:conf/bmvc/SimD98 fatcat:u2wiprpghnhyhc4yky3vxgyv2i