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|Title:||Rapid interactive modelling from video with graph cuts|
|Author:||Van Den Hengel, A.|
|Citation:||Eurographics 2006. Proceedings of the European Association for Computer Graphics, 4 - 8 September, 2006.|
|Series/Report no.:||Eurographics Technical Report Series|
|Conference Name:||Eurographics 2006. European Association for Computer Graphics. Conference (2006 : Vienna, Austria)|
|Anton van den Hengel, Anthony Dick, Thorsten Thormahlen, Ben Ward, and Philip H. S. Torr|
|Abstract:||We present a method for generating a parameterised model of a scene from a set of images. The method is novel in that it uses information from several sources—video, sparse 3D points and user input—to fit models to a scene. The user drives the process by providing selected high-level scene information, for instance selecting an object in the scene, or specifying the relationship between a pair of objects. The system combines this information with image and 3D data to dynamically update its model of the scene. In doing so it avoids common pitfalls of both automatic structure and motion algorithms, and image-based modelling packages.|
|Description:||© The Eurographics Association 2006.|
|Appears in Collections:||Computer Science publications|
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