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Optimizing photo-consistency in image-based 3D and appearance modeling

Oct 25, 2012

Multi-view stereo usually aims at reconstructing photo-consistent 3D models from images. This is typically achieved by optimizing some photo-consistency measure, relating the reconstructed shape, and possibly a reconstructed appearance, to the input images. In this talk, we consider how to optimize the most intuitive photo-consistency measure, which directly compares input images to images rendered from the reconstructed 3D model. Principled optimization of photo-consistency is shown to be applicable to various 3D modeling scenarios, from the classical multi-view stereo or shape-from-shading settings for objects with Lambertian reflectance properties, to the modeling of surfaces with partly specular reflectance.

Peter Sturm

Date:

25-10-12

Time:

14:15 -15:45

Location:

TU Vienna
Zemanek Lecture Room (Room Number: HHEG01)
HS 13 Ernst Melan
1040 Wien, Karlsplatz 13 (Main building, Stiege VII, 2nd floor)

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Event Location

TU Vienna - Zemanek Lecture Room (Room Number: HHEG01)
1040 Vienna Favoritenstraße 9-11, Stiege III, ground floor, light green area
Vienna
Austria