Single Viewpoint Catadioptric Cameras

  • S. Baker
  • S. K. Nayar
Part of the Monographs in Computer Science book series (MCS)


Many applications in computational vision require that a large field of view is imaged. Examples include surveillance, teleconferencing, and model acquisition for virtual reality. A number of other applications, such as egomotion estimation and tracking, would also benefit from enhanced fields of view. Unfortunately, conventional imaging systems are severely limited in their fields of view. Both researchers and practitioners have therefore had to resort to using either multiple or rotating cameras in order to image the entire scene.


Perspective Image Orthographic Projection Omnidirectional Image World Point Mirror Point 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 2001

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  • S. Baker
  • S. K. Nayar

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