3D Computer Vision II. Reminder Camera Models

3D Computer Vision II
 Reminder
 Camera Models
 Nassir Navab" based on a course given at UNC by Marc Pollefeys & the book “Multiple View Geometry” by ...
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3D Computer Vision II
 Reminder
 Camera Models
 Nassir Navab" based on a course given at UNC by Marc Pollefeys & the book “Multiple View Geometry” by Hartley & Zisserman"

October 27, 2009"

Outline – Camera Models"

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Geometric Parameters of a Finite Camera"

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Projective Camera Model"  

Camera Center, Principal Plane, Axis Plane, Principal Point, Principal Ray"

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Decomposition of Camera Matrix"

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Cameras at Infinity"

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Other Camera Models (Pushbroom and Line Cameras)"

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Pinhole Camera Model"

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Mapping between 3D world and 2D image" Central projection" Models are described in matrices with particular properties"

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Homogeneous Coordinates"

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Central Projection"

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Principal Point Offset"

principal point (perpendicular intersection point of principal axis and image plane)

where are the coordinates of the principal point 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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Principal Point Offset"

where

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is called camera calibration matrix

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Camera Rotation and Translation" Inhomogeneous coordinates

where

represents the point in world coordinates represents the same point in camera coordinates represents the coordinates of the camera origin in the world coordinate frame

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Camera Rotation and Translation" Homogeneous coordinates

projection to image plane from camera coordinates projection to image plane from world coordinates

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Extrinsic and Intrinsic Parameters"

where projection matrix of a general pinhole camera with 9 DOF

intrinsic camera parameters with 3 DOF extrinsic camera parameters with each 3 DOF (camera orientation, position in world coordinates) 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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Camera Rotation and Translation" No explicit camera center

where from

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CCD Cameras – Non-Square Pixels" number of pixels per unit distance

4 DOF

10 DOF 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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Skew Parameter" skew parameter

5 DOF

finite projective camera with 11 DOF

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Finite Projective Camera – Summary"

projection matrix 11 DOF (5+3+3)

non-singular

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Finite Projective Camera – Decomposition of P" non-singular 3x3 matrix (8 DOF)

decompose projection matrix P in K,R,C

QR matrix decomposition

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Finite Projective Camera – Summary"

where

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Camera matrices P are identical with the set of homogeneous 3x4 matrices for which the left 3x3 sub-matrix is non-singular"

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If rank(P) = 3, but rank(M) < 3, then camera at infinity" if rank(P) < 3 the matrix mapping will be a line or a point and not a plane (not a 2D image)

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Outline – Camera Models"

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Geometric Parameters of a Finite Camera"

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Projective Camera Model"  

Camera Center, Principal Plane, Axis Plane, Principal Point, Principal Ray"

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Decomposition of Camera Matrix"

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Cameras at Infinity"

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Other Camera Models (Pushbroom and Line Cameras)"

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Camera Anatomy"

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Camera center" Column vectors" Principal plane" Axis plane" Principal point" Principal ray"

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Camera Center" P has a 1D null-space we will prove that the 4-vector C is the camera center points on a line through A and C since All 3D points on the line are mapped on the same 2D image point, and thus the line is a ray through the camera center Finite cameras: Infinite cameras: 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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Column Vectors"

Column vectors are the image points which project the axis directions (X,Y,Z) and the origin Example for the image of the y-axis is the image of the world origin 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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Row Vectors"

Represent geometrically particular world planes.

row vectors

column vectors

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Row Vectors of the Projection Matrix" p1 is defined by the camera center and the line x=0 on the image. p2 is defined by the camera center and the line y=0 on the image.

Example p2

respectively for p1 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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Principal Plane" Plane through camera center and parallel to the image plane.

points X are imaged on the line at infinity if X is on the principle plane especially 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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Principal Point" The line through camera center and perpendicular to principal plane is the principal axis. The intersection of the principal axis with the image plane is the principal point. normal direction to the principal plane principal point where and 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

third row of M

Principal Axis Vector" Ambiguity that principal axis points towards the front of the camera (positive direction)

towards the front of the camera direction unaffected by scaling since

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Forward Projection" Maps a point in space on the image plane

Vanishing points

Only M affects the projection of vanishing points 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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Back-Projection to Rays" Points on the reconstructed ray camera center C

(pseudo-inverse) Ray is the line formed by those two points intersection of the ray with the plane at infinity

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Depth of Points"

w can be interpreted as the dot product of the ray CX with the principal ray direction

(PC=0) If

,

then m3 is a unit vector pointing in positive axis direction Suppose

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. Then

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Depth of Points: Examples"

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Outline – Camera Models"

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Geometric Parameters of a Finite Camera"

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Projective Camera Model"  

Camera Center, Principal Plane, Axis Plane, Principal Point, Principal Ray"

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Decomposition of Camera Matrix"

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Cameras at Infinity"

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Other Camera Models (Pushbroom and Line Cameras)"

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Camera Matrix Decomposition" Finding the camera center C

numerically: find right null-space by SVD of P

Algebraically:

where 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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Camera Matrix Decomposition" Finding the camera center C Any plane π going through C will be a linear combination of the three planes defined by the rows of P. Therefore:

where 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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Camera Matrix Decomposition" Finding the camera orientation and internal parameters

using RQ decomposition

Decompose

=(

Q

) =

R -1

R -1 Q -1

Ambiguity removed by enforcing positive diagonal entries 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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When is Skew Non-zero?" arctan(1/s) 1

γ

for CCD/CMOS, always s=0 Image from image, s≠0 possible (non coinciding principal axis) resulting camera: where H is a 3x3 homography 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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Euclidean vs. Projective Spaces" General projective interpretation

•  Meaningful decomposition in K,R,t requires Euclidean image and space •  Camera center is still valid in projective space •  Principal plane requires affine image and space •  Principal ray requires affine image and Euclidean space 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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Outline – Camera Models"

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Geometric Parameters of a Finite Camera"

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Projective Camera Model"  

Camera Center, Principal Plane, Axis Plane, Principal Point, Principal Ray"

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Decomposition of Camera Matrix"

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Cameras at Infinity"

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Other Camera Models (Pushbroom and Line Cameras)"

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Cameras at Infinity"

Cameras with their center lying at infinity

M is singular

Two types of cameras at infinity: Affine and non-affine cameras

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Affine Cameras"

Definition: An affine camera is a camera with a camera matrix P in which the last row p3T is of the form (0,0,0,1)T .

Points at infinity are mapped to points at infinity 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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Affine Cameras"

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Affine Cameras"

distance of the world origin from the camera center in direction of the principal ray

modifying p34 corresponds to moving along principal ray 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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Affine Cameras" Combine tracking back and zooming magnification factor k=dt/d0 remains fixed

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Error in Employing Affine Cameras" point on plane parallel with principal plane and through origin, then

general points (not on the parallel plane) with distance  from the plane

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Error in Employing Affine Cameras"

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Affine Imaging Conditions"

Approximation should only cause small error 1.  Δ much smaller than d0 2.  points close to principal ray (i.e. small field of view)

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Decomposition of P ∞"

absorb d0 in K2x2

alternatives, because 8dof (3+3+2), not more 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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Summary of Parallel Projections"

canonical representation

calibration matrix

principal point is not defined

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Hierarchy of Affine Cameras"

dropping the z-coordinate

orthographic projection

(5dof)

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Hierarchy of Affine Cameras"

scaled orthographic projection

(6dof)

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Hierarchy of Affine Cameras"

weak perspective projection

(7dof)

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Hierarchy of Affine Cameras" Affine camera

(8dof) full generality of an affine camera

  Affine camera is a projective camera with principal plane at infinity   Affine camera maps parallel world lines to parallel image lines   No center of projection, but direction of projection PAD=0 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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General Camera at Infinity"

M is singular, but last row not zero

  Camera center is on plane at infinity   Principal plane is not plane at infinity   Images of points at infinity are in general not mapped to infinity on the image plane

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Outline – Camera Models"

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Geometric Parameters of a Finite Camera"

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Projective Camera Model"  

Camera Center, Principal Plane, Axis Plane, Principal Point, Principal Ray"

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Decomposition of Camera Matrix"

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Cameras at Infinity"

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Other Camera Models (Pushbroom and Line Cameras)"

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Pushbroom Cameras"

(11dof)

Straight lines are not mapped to straight lines! (otherwise it would be a projective camera) 3D Computer Vision II - Camera Models"

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Line Cameras" (5dof)

Null-space PC=0 yields camera center Also decomposition

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Summary Camera Models" •  •  • 

Photometric and radiometric properties of a camera" Geometric parameters of a finite camera" Projective cameras" –  Camera anatomy (camera center, principle plane, principle point, and principle axis)" –  Camera matrix decomposition (camera center, orientation, and intrinsic parameter"

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Cameras at infinity" –  Affine cameras" –  Non-affine cameras"

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Alternative models (pushbroom cameras, line cameras)"

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Literature on Camera Models" •  •  •  •  • 

Chapter 6 in R. Hartley and A. Zisserman, “Multiple View Geometry”, 2nd edition, Cambridge University Press, 2003. " Chapter 3 in O. Faugeras, “Three-dimensional Computer Vision”, MIT Press, 1993." Chapter 2 in E. Trucco and A. Verri, “Introductory Techniques for 3-D Computer Vision”, Prentice Hall, 1998." H. Gernsheim, “The Origins of Photography”, Thames and Hudson, 1982." A. Shashua. “Geometry and Photometry in 3D Visual Recognition”, Ph.D. Thesis, MIT, Nov. 1992. AITR-1401. "

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