Animation Cartography - Intrinsic Reconstruction of Shape and Motion
In this paper, we consider the problem of animation reconstruction, i.e., the reconstruction of shape and motion of a deformable object from dynamic 3D scanner data, without using user provided template models. Unlike pre- vious work that addressed this problem, we do not rely on locally conver- gent optimization but present a system that can handle fast motion, tem- porally disrupted input, and can correctly match objects that disappear for extended time periods in acquisition holes due to occlusion. Our approach is motivated by cartography: We first estimate a few landmark correspon- dences, which are extended to a dense matching and then used to recon- struct geometry and motion. We propose a number of algorithmic building blocks: a scheme for tracking landmarks in temporally coherent and inco- herent data, an algorithm for robust estimation of dense correspondences under topological noise, and the integration of local matching techniques to refine the result. We describe and evaluate the individual components and propose a complete animation reconstruction pipeline based on these ideas. We evaluate our method on a number of standard benchmark data sets and show that we can obtain correct reconstructions in situations where other techniques fail completely or require additional user guidance such as a template model.
MATLAB Color Calibration ToolboxThe toolbox can be used to compute color compensation matrices from images of a color checker (Gretag-Macbeth 24 patches, Colorchecker DC 240 patches, or ColorcheckerSG 140 patches). Since version 2.0 the software can also estimate radiometric camera response curves from an exposure stack of a color checker.
Author: Ivo Ihrke
PFS CalibrationIvo Ihrke is currently the maintainer of the PFS calibration package.
Demo and Datasets for "Interactive Geometry-Aware Segmentation for the Decomposition of Kaleidoscopic Images"
Code and Datasets for "A Theory of Plenoptic Multiplexing"
Implementation for "Eikonal Rendering"
Multi-View Data SetsA multi-view data set of fire from our SCA 2004 paper and a synthetic multi-view data set (kungfu-girl)
Focal Stack PhotographyFocal Stack Photography has been a project of the lecture "Computational Photography 2010".
There are some data sets available on the project page containing up to 500 shots.
Some of the data sets are also available in 20 mega pixel resolution and raw format.
Feel free to ask for it.