Archive for June 2011

Image stitching

As I said in the previous post, the first assignment in that computer vision course I took was to write an image stitching program. The basic idea is to take a series of pictures by rotating around the point where the camera is located. Then you find how each “maps” to the others and “stitch” them into a single coherent panorama.

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Computer vision project: overlaying 3D reconstruction from webcam on the original scene

I’ve been taking a few graduate courses at Université de Montréal in the past two years, but the last one, the computer vision course, was by far the one with the most “showable” (mighty Google says that’s a word) projects. I’ll be posting later on the first project, a basic image stitching app. For now, I’ll just leave this here:

It’s an example result from my term project.

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