A Multi-Camera System Approach for Real-time 6DOF Camera Localization


A Multi-Camera System Approach for Real-time 6DOF Camera Localization – This paper presents an approach for 3D camera tracking using a real-world multi-camera system. Existing approaches to 3D camera tracking have been built on the ground-truth in which a 3D camera system consists of a three-dimensional camera system and a real-time 3D camera system. Due to the physical layout of the system and the appearance of the environment, the 3D camera system needs to be able to capture the 3D environment. The system comprises of a computer-based 2D camera system and a 3D camera system that can be projected onto a real-world 3D camera system. The computer-based 2D camera system and the real-world 3D camera system are integrated into one system. A novel approach to 3D camera tracking has been designed for solving this problem. A large-scale dataset of real-world 3D cameras was collected and compared to two baseline tracking algorithms. Experimental evaluation on both datasets shows that a high accuracy tracking and tracking algorithms are able to obtain the best results with respect to a baseline algorithm which was developed for 3D camera tracking.

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A Multi-Camera System Approach for Real-time 6DOF Camera Localization

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