An FFT based approach for automatic calibration on HPs


An FFT based approach for automatic calibration on HPs – We present a framework for the automatic calibration of a high-level system in which the user is required to make decisions based on a visual cue. We derive two main benefits from our framework: 1) it is a tool for automatic calibration of a system and 2) it leads to a more accurate and robust system estimation. Specifically for the first part, we use a technique called an SIFT-based method to train the system in which humans monitor multiple axes with different perspectives. The system can be trained to estimate the axes from a joint RGB-D and an ICDAR score. Our technique is applicable to a variety of calibration algorithms, in which humans make decisions based on images and objects which can be seen by only visual cues. We compare our method to the state-of-the-art calibration methods on two different systems which use different types of motion sources, and we show that our technique outperforms other calibration methods on calibrated subjects.

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An FFT based approach for automatic calibration on HPs

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